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This is one of the worst movies I've seen lately. I'm very surprised that so many people gave 10 points to this movie, and the reason can't be other that the director, Ferran Audi, has a lot of friend or a very big family. Sometimes it appears to me that the movie intends to be some kind of tribute to Ingmar Bergman (why if not this Bibi Anderson cameo), but the only thing in common with Bergman is that both tried to be profound and only one of them succeed. The best of the film is some of the views from the air of the fjords and the beautiful city of Ålesund. In the case that somebody is interested in this, I recommend a good National Geographic documentary. It works good the use of three languages. The rest is better to forget about it. Waste of time.
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