Posts tagged swedish films
fomo or jomo? review of mig äger ingen / nobody owns me

Title of this text is me, desperately wanting to be down with the kids... But feeling fomo or jomo has a grain of truth regarding books and movies. Should I catch up with something immediately or it's okay to slip it through my fingers? And we're not talking here about any classical positions. I picked Åsa Linderborg's book just because, it was either for the title, the cover, the description. I bet you get what I'm talking about. 

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ruben östlund – beautiful on the outside, scary on the inside

Ruben Östlund takes his time both in terms of releasing a new project and the pace of his movies. And it’s paying off. Force Majeure allowed him to reach broad international audience, The Square won Palme d’Or and is an Oscar nominee. Is the Swedish director worth all this attention?

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roy andersson - master of absurdity

Categories of Swedish directors: the first one shows entertainment, the second focuses on modern social problems, the third is a master of examination the human soul (You All Know Who). Here we stumble upon the fourth one. He has a particular taste for absurdity. Very distinctive in style and presented narratives. Roy Andersson gains extreme opinions as he bounces between two opposite poles.

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iceberg vs volcano

Björn Borg, winner of five consecutive Wimbledon's. John McEnroe, winner of four US Open and three Wimbledon's. They met for the first time on the court in 1980 in London. Borg was seeking the fifth title of Wimbledon winner, for McEnroe it the first final in this tournament. Their game is considered to be one of the best final ever played. Can you be thrilled by a movie that you know the ending of?

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