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Bert: The Last Virgin (1995)

Bert - Den siste oskulden (original title)
The story of Swedish teenager Bert Ljung who has a big problem getting rid of his virginity.


Tomas Alfredson
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Martin Andersson Martin Andersson ... Bert Ljung
Cajsa-Lisa Ejemyr Cajsa-Lisa Ejemyr ... Victoria (as Caisa Lisa Ejemyr)
Ing-Marie Carlsson ... Madde Ljung
Johan Ulveson ... Fredrik Ljung
Yvonne Lombard ... Svea Olsson
Povel Ramel ... Henry Hoffman
Marie Göranzon ... Victoria's Mother
Petter Fryklund-Borg Petter Fryklund-Borg ... Carl-Philip Silfverbratt
Sarah Dawn Finer Sarah Dawn Finer ... Camilla (as Sara Finer)
Oliver Loftéen Oliver Loftéen ... Åke Nordin
David Boati David Boati ... Lill-Erik Linstett
Martin Iliou Martin Iliou ... Klimpen (as Martin Lindqvist)
Barbro Svensson ... Lill-Babs
Allan Svensson ... pastor Bruno Storm
Ebba Beckman Ebba Beckman ... Voice on sex education tape (voice)


The story of Swedish teenager Bert Ljung who has a big problem getting rid of his virginity.

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Det här är filmen om mina tre största intressen: Flickor. Kvinnor. Tjejer


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Coming of age satire, and much more
9 January 2003 | by stefan-144See all my reviews

The film is based on a series of immensely popular Swedish children's books, about the boy Bert, who is just hitting puberty and having the usual problems with it. But that's where the usual ends abruptly.

Well, not that he experiences so remarkably odd things, but the way it's all twisted into a wonderfully joyous satire. Bert's parents are so absurdly lame, the class bully so wonderfully monstrous, the class freak so ridiculously freaky, and so on. Bert himself - very well played by Martin Andersson - is quite odd, too, although looking like a very young Clark Kent.

Society outside of Bert's tiny teen troubles, also shows itself to be increasingly odd, almost surreal. And what shows on the TV set in the family living room is just as weird, upon examination.

It's a crazy world, simply, where Bert seems to be the only sane person - and he's not that very sane, either. In this amusement park of a suburb environment, with characters as grotesque as if seen through cracked lenses, the movie still manages to make some clever observations about boys, girls, sexual urges and anxieties, and all.

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25 December 1995 (Sweden) See more »

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