This is Mette's story. Member of a neo-Nazi gang, her day job is to take care of four seniors that all are just waiting to die. Her life becomes a journey into a burlesque fairytale, where ...
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This is Mette's story. Member of a neo-Nazi gang, her day job is to take care of four seniors that all are just waiting to die. Her life becomes a journey into a burlesque fairytale, where the rules of the game are created by Mette herself. Mette is indifferent about her way of life, until she one night assaults a man, kicking him senseless. Waking up the day after, she realizes that something is wrong, and accompanied by the crazy oldies, she longs for respect and love. Together, they create a world of their own. A world you never knew existedWritten by
In the autumn of 2007 Hanna Sköld (the Director) took a private bank loan of 10,000 euro to make her debut feature film "Nasty Old People". Now she continues to ignore the middle men in the film industry by distributing it together with the film collective RåFILM's Luffarbion, aka Vagabond Cinema, and the file sharing site The Pirate Bay. In addition, she releases it under a Creative Commons license so that anyone can download, share or remix the film. See more »
Confusing and uninteresting
There was nothing good on television when I stumbled upon this movie. I quickly checked IMDb to see what rating it had and if it was worth watching, and the kinda high rating made me decide to give it a try.
At first the movie is OK and sometimes funny (when she describes the old people), but later it gets really confusing and most of all uninteresting. You just see the same thing over and over again: she goes to her old people, some Nazi gatherings, sees her boyfriend and her roommate.
The movie is very slow and there's almost no progress. The result is that it's a really boring film.
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