This documentary is the third in a trilogy about a group of Swedish nonconformists. The first documentary was shot in 1967, and followed a bunch of rebellious youths around. These kids had ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Clement K (au) wrote: Well... It was funny in the first two-thirds. The last third was a bit too sentimental for me. I suppose that is okay, considering that it is a romantic comedy... The film heavily relies on stereotypes for the humor effect, and it made for some funny scenes. Not a bad watch.
Michael D (fr) wrote: This is a Czech movie, it really is well done, a powerful story with no happy ending.
Kari W (mx) wrote: good music, the actors are great
Cole B (au) wrote: Bad. Really, really bad.
Steve S (ru) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Katie D (kr) wrote: A great movie of one liners that can apply to a million situations as total and complete random comments.
Charles P (br) wrote: A description? Sure, ok. Teenage nihilism at it's most absurd. How about that? Sex, death, violence, all the good stuff that we all crave in our society since we have no mass wars to fight. If only we'd re-institute a draft and send hundreds of thousands of boys to go shoot someone and get killed. That'd fix their little red wagon.
Dean R (ag) wrote: Easily as good as any old school Bond flick and twice as funny.
James R (mx) wrote: Began watching on the airplane, after paying about 6 dollars; it was so wooden, awful, and confused that I closed it after 20 minutes. What a horrible movie.
Ian M (gb) wrote: I would rather jab candy canes through my eyeballs whilst being dragged by reindeers through Lapland by the tinsel round my neck as Rudolph sings "Frosty the Snowman" in the the style of the Cheeky Girls... Than EVER watch that piece of shit ever again. Disjointed pieces of Christmas pudding moulded together & you don't even get to enjoy a tuppence in the centre. Pass me the figgy pudding...
John K (br) wrote: Lousy and verging on amateurish. Everyone in the film is Acting with a capital A. I was really surprised that any work featuring Foster would be so bad, but it was. The 24% rating by audience is about right.