In a small mining community in Northern Sweden, a group of youngsters about to take the leap in the adult age fight with themselves and the world around, while the ground literally trembles under their feet.
Sebastian Hiort af Ornäs,
Juha Berg is a hopeless drunkard living in Helsinki. He is 30 years old and not the slightest intention to change his life in any way. But the joy of living always with alcohol-soaked brain... See full summary »
A woman finds the key to a room in the attic that her husband forbids her from entering. When she opens the door, she is confronted with the haunting existence of the woman her husband refuses to forget.
A bestselling crime novelist who is desperately looking for a new story hones his focus on the apparent suicide of a small-town woman, an aspiring model who thought she was the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe.
John (35) is a bright Cambridge scientist, who always comes across as a pleasant fellow. When his fiancée leaves him, he withdraws from his world of academic isolation in order to try out some of his long-gestating theories on how to make the world a better place. On his journey through the English countryside, John is accompanied by his 14-year-old donor child - Ronja, whom he tries to convert to the same radical ideas that he believes in. Murder. Elimination. Cleansing. All justifiable in the mind of a modern day European Psycho. Written by
This movie certainly is one of the worst thriller movies that can possibly be made and no one certainly would not lose anything if it would not exist.
The plot and characters could be described as childish, not believable and unrealistic.
It certainly is hard to try to understand what this movie actually is about in a context of reality or possibly even considering it to be art-house. The main character is cartoon-like, not having any real motives other than his sick mind. The movie kind of tries to justify his actions which is even worse.
The music, characters, plot, images do not fit together very well although I enjoyed the camera-work in a very small amount. The classical music is unnecessary trying to give this main character some fake depth, it does not work.
I had feelings of walking out of the cinema, luckily I had bought a beer so I could take a sip on most painful parts.
I do not recommend this movie to anyone.
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