I really should be writing this in danish, as nobody outside Scandinavia will ever see this quaint, little movie.
This is a harmless little piece of a flick, almost solely carried home by Pallesen and Pilmarks co-effort. (Pilmark is very rarely not very great) The plot is as thin as something very, very thin, but somehow that doesn't really seem to be a problem at all. The story is very confusing and dreamlike, and leads the mind towards magical realism, and keeps your attention because you'll never know what will happen next. I would see it again if had the chance, but that would probably be as a late-night rerun on TV. This is definitely a movie that leaves everybody none-the-wiser and makes nobody a better person, but it has a feel-good thing going, that makes it worth seeing on a rainy day.
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