A man contemplating suicide, not the easiest mindset to get into. But here – as with Oslo, August 31st, the contemporary rendition of the same short novel – I had the feeling that I really "got it". Scary!
(Watch out for spoilers[?] near the end.) In my experience, when a mainstream comedy has a reputation of being ”sinister” and ”not funny”, it’s often worth checking out. How would I sum up this one… read review
As a film about a man and his dog, this could be the best ever made. It never really finds its balance between pathos and comedy, and maybe it doesn’t need to? The use of non-actors seems to result… read review