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Nina Frisk is a flight attendant who loves flying. She is happy above the clouds, far away from her dysfunctional family and superficial love life. But then one day Nina meets Marcus and his son William, and falls helplessly in love. For the first time ever in her life, Nina begins to long for a family of her own. But Nina soon discovers that life on earth can be just as turbulent as in the sky.Written by
This is Swedish director Maria Blom's second movie. The first one was "Masdjävlar" a promising debut. The follow-up is a little weaker.
It's about the air hostess (Sofia Helin) from a dysfunctional family, who finds a somewhat dysfunctional boyfriend with a 5-year-old son. Her relation with her mother, acted with total presence by Gunilla Nyroos, is a matter of tolerance and laughter and black understreams.
The interaction with the brother, brilliant played by Sven Ahlström, is both comforting and a little destructive, but all the time on the right side of the border. There are depths here that could have been more penetrated, and that makes the movie all right, but not more than so.
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