A poet and writer gets fired from his job at a local newspaper after writing a review of his own work. To make ends meet he gets a job at the shipyard, a world completely different from the one he is used to.
Detective Roland Hassel's father figure and mentor, Yngve Ruda, is brutally murdered in the middle of the street. Devastated, Hassel decides to undertake his own covert investigation to ... See full summary »
After a life of decadence and monthly allowances, sixty-eight-year-old Nojet inherits an apartment building in downtown Stockholm. However, the building turns on her and what appeared to be a cash cow is in fact a curse.
The movie is one of the worst i have seen. It is a tragic tale of a worn and retired Roland Hassle. His gray life revolves around the assassination of Olof Palme. Roland and his friends, who does not have any life either, do different reconstructions of the murder and the circumstances around it. Maybe it's the reward, maybe it's pure bitterness that makes him continue doing what he is doing. The film is in grainy blue-gray tones and it feels like the film was rented in a video shop 1986. The film contains a few fumbling attempts at humorous elements. But the whole thing just gets more tragic and it feels somehow redemptive when the movie ends.
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