Christmas 1945. In a train from Stockholm to Berlin are a motley collection. It is the failure of the author Gunnar who wants to leave his old life and make a contribution in Berlin; physician Henry who plan to marry Marie and likewise Henry's current wife Karin, who he plans to kill during the journey, the middle-aged gay couple Pompe and Sixten, a soldier going to Uppsala but is on the wrong train: the cheerful and cynical old Margaret, and a dressed elf and a surly conductor. With the train are also a number of Baltic refugees accompanied by two nuns to be sent to Germany.
- Stars:Gustaf Hammarsten, Magnus Roosmann, Anna Björk, Kristina Törnqvist, Robert Gustafsson, Peter Dalle, Lena Nyman, Gösta Ekman, Lars Amble, Jakob Stefansson, Claes Ljungmark, Lakke Magnusson, Marie Göranzon, Hanna Ekman, Ella Bjurling,
- Director:Peter Dalle,
- Writer:Peter Dalle
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(us) wrote: It may not be subtle or original, but "Playing It Cool" is still funny and engaging thanks to its likeable cast.
(fr) wrote: That's miss posey.... If you are nasty :)
(it) wrote: Boring. I'm speaking from a male perspective here, but seems nowhere near as revealing as it seems to think it is.
(ru) wrote: quite adorable. reese at her most beautiful
(gb) wrote: Yes, this is a cult classic. It's hilarious. Good actors, good story, and outrageous comedy. I really loved this movie, but the ending was predictable which kind of disappointed me. Overall a great movie, though, I highly recommend seeing it.
(ag) wrote: Very good movie, I would recommend it to anyone who likes old movies or ww2 movies!!
(us) wrote: Burke: During your travels, it's important to always keep one thing in mind: when one thing ends, something else begins."Sometimes when you least expect it..."I'll admit, I'm a sucker for a good romance film, and Love Happens fits that bill for me. It was missing something that would catapult it to one of my favorite romances, but as it is, it's a beautiful and moving piece of filmmaking. It's not quite like other movies that populate the genre. It's unique and it follows its own path, even if that path leads to the same place.A self-help author who lost his wife three years earlier goes to Seattle for a sold-out seminar. While there he meets a florist, fresh out of a relationship. While getting to know her, he starts to realize that even though he coaches people on how to move on from a loved ones death; he himself can't do that, and maybe Eloise(the florist) is the perfect person to help his with it.Initially, I decided to give the film a chance because I'll watch anything with Aaron Eckhart or Judy Greer in it. I'm not a fan of Jennifer Aniston, but in Love Happens; she gives a good performance. Eckhart was, like usual, very good. A good supporting cast goes a long way in making the movie what it is as well.It could be argued that Love Happens pulls on the heartstrings a little to often, but it could be argued that Elephants are to big. Love Happens is what it is. Yeah, it pulls the tearjerker card at times, but the important thing is that when it does, it works. The movie isn't looking for tears that don't come, at least in my case. I really enjoyed the film and I recommend it to anyone who has any love at all for a good romance.
(es) wrote: Horrible representation of Russia. Horrible Russian accent. However, besides that its a pretty good movie!