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  • Acteurs : Trond Fausa Aurvag, Petronella Barker, Per Schaaning, Brigitte Larsen
  • Réalisateurs : Jens Lien
  • Format : PAL, Import
  • Audio : Norvégien (DD)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.78:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Drakes Avenue
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 1 avril 2008
  • Durée : 95 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : Soyez la première personne à écrire un commentaire sur cet article
  • ASIN: B000XJL890
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 19.374 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stays with you for a while after you stop watching it... 19 mai 2010
Par RGB_R - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This was a really interesting and somewhat disturbing movie. How do I put it? Anyone read Albert Camus' The Stranger (L'Étranger)? You have that very impersonal guy, Meursault who is very disconnected with the rest of the world. Meursault navigates himself through a world personned by color, emotion, feeling, spirituality, life and so on, and yet he is totally not connected to any of it.

This movie seems sort of to be giving you a reverse situation. It is as if it asks - what happens to a person when he finds himself in a world populated by Meursaults? And that is just what happens. Andreas apparently winds up at a bus stop in a desert-like place and from there is taken to a very modern spic and span city. Here he is given perhaps everything that anyone could want in life - a job, friends, a girlfriend, nice apartment, etc. - What more could you ask for in life??? - Yet in spite of it all something is missing. The city, which he reached by way of the desert is itself a desert of sorts. The city (and its people) lacks color, emotion, feeling, etc. It is nothing but flesh, bone and nerve amidst concrete, gravel and steel. It is a hollow place. Andreas' sense that there something not right with the place increases as he finds the place to be more and more alienating. Ok - I'll stop here and not say anymore about the story -

The movie seems to be some kind of existential commentary on modern societies, where on the surface, you seem to have everything, but deep within have nothing, and the lives lived are those of Thoreau's quiet desperation.

- Very good and intelligent movie.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Provocative Norwegian film is worth seeing 11 avril 2008
Par Andres C. Salama - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This Norwegian film starts with a man jumping over the subway, apparently commiting suicide. But the next scene shows him arriving in a lonely bus into a desert. There he meets a man, and is shipped off to a mysterious city, where he starts working in an aseptic modern office as an accountant. The coworkers seem nice, if emotionless, and he soon meets a woman who becomes his girlfriend, yet the city seems utterly strange, as the food has no taste, alcohol doesn't make you drunk, and there's nary a children around. Is this a dream, or is he in paradise, or in hell?. While at times, the films looks as extended episode of The Twilight Zone (even at ninety minutes, the movie seems a bit long), it is quite thought provoking. The best scenes are those in which the exaggeration is minimal, as when the people engage in banal conversations about interior decoration, and recoil at discussing deeper issues. I always thought there was something inhuman in advanced capitalist societies, in the way they try to repress the basic urges of human nature. And this movie is best when it devastatingly critiques this life style. Unfortunately, the movie is a bit too long, and the director doesn't seem to know how to end it, but most for of the running time this is very much worth seeing.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An Odd Little Gem 18 octobre 2010
Par Eric Sanber - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Our main character, Andreas, offs himself by jumping in front of a train. Next thing you know he's on a bus to a way station where he's escorted to a new apartment and a waiting job. Everything is at an easy pace. Money is no problem, work load is light, his apartment is nice if but a bit austere and everyone he meets is pleasant.

But that seems to be the problem with everything. There are no highs or lows. There are no children around and everyone he sees or works with is about his age. No one is too fat or too skinny. No one is too tall or too short. All the colors are muted and all the furniture is minimalist. The food is bland and he can drink liquor till the cows come home and he isn't going to get drunk. Even the act of sex seems to be bland and unfulfilling.

There is much more to this but I don't wish to spoil.

This is a quirky idea. I'm not sure he's in Hell, (a point which is underlined by the final scene) but he's in no place I'd like to be. This is a film from the Icelandic Film Company but I believe it's really Swedish or Norwegian. I'm also wondering if they aren't making a statement about their society. That they are a totally even-keeled society that has lost all sense of adventure and passion. The opening scene shows Andreas in an underground train station. The only other people there are a youngish couple doing some heavy mouth to mouth. But their eyes are open and there seems to be no real passion. Just a going through the motions sort of thing. That's when he does himself in.

The concept is so good I wouldn't be surprised if the script wrote itself. This is a very well realized movie. The set, costumes, color schemes must have been easy to put together. It's shot well, acted well and has a very good musical score. If there is a reason I'm not giving this 5 stars is because it makes so much sense so quickly. You pretty much get what is going on early in the movie, so each new scene does little more than underscore what you already know. The reason you keep watching is to see how things will resolve themselves. I'm very curious as to how viewers will read the final scene.

Being a foreign, subtitled film, it certainly won't be for everyone. But for any viewer predisposed toward this sort of thing it's well worth the time to view it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hell is so nice, nice, very nice 20 juin 2011
Par William Timothy Lukeman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This darkly satiric film is certainly open to more than one interpretation, from the social to the metaphysical ... and all of them would be applicable, I think. But for me, it especially works as a commentary on the superficial slickness of modern society, where everyone gets along by sticking to the surface, playing their roles as expected & being so very nice & civil. But not really civilized, I fear, because the passion & depth that define true civilization are both completely missing in this clean, neat city, which looks as if it sprang to (pseudo)life right out of the ads in a luxury magazine. It all looks wonderful at first ... but the food has no flavor, the settings have no color, and even the sex is mechanical & unsatisfying.

While most of the city's citizens -- or consuming units, really -- seem perfectly happy with this situation, newcomer Andreas doesn't quite fit in, no matter how much he tries at first. And when he becomes aware of a crack in a basement wall, where he can smell freshly baked bread & hear lovely music & glimpse golden sunlight ... well, that's it for him. He's desperate to escape his sterile surroundings for something genuine & authentic. But will that be allowed by the rest of the city?

I won't spoil what happens next. Suffice it to say that Kafka, among others, would recognize this territory, which is the glossy & empty facade of the consumer life, where all is surface & there's no substance. Yet so many people are vaguely content with this pale approximation of an inwardly rich & real life -- and those who can't accept the sugary lie are often ostracized for it. After all, if you've sold your soul for a hollow fantasy, who wants a bothersome man around to remind you of it?

Highly recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A gem - where to find a list of similar films? 9 septembre 2012
Par Keith Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
A real pleasure to stumble upon this video.

Previous reviewers have done a nice job.

One thought to contribute:

It would be wonderful to find a list of films which, without regard for genre, geography, etc, invoke a similar feeling. If there is one, please someone send a link.

I'd expect to find-- Local Hero, Groundhog Day, Lost in Translation...

Good bets if you liked this one.

Namaste'.
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