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Bengt C.W. Carlsson
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AM Films SL
This movie is very interesting to watch, I enjoyed every minute of it. Most of what's happening on the screen doesn't make sense, but it didn't bother me really. There isn't much of a plot. In short, there is a desolated factory where something is "guarded" by a 60-something guy with his strange daily routine. And then there are 3 telepathic dwarfs sent there to steal that thing. Thru the whole movie they do some weird preparations and finally in the end do it, or so it should be anyway.
Still giving it a 8 and not 10 because the ending was unexpected and left me puzzled. What was this all about? But definitely this movie has stuff which I haven't seen in any other movie, and it feels very fresh, even innovative.
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