Daniel (Jakob Cedergren) is an irresponsible but charming young Copenhagen graffiti artist who doesn't care even though everybody is trying to track him down: Parking attendants, landlords, bills and the police. One day he falls in love with Franc (Tilly Scott Pedersen), a girl just as reckless and fascinating as he is. All of a sudden his easy-going days are over as he comes face to face with a serious leap of faith. Featuring an impressive score by the director's band Slowblow, Kari - who intriguingly describes his aim as wishing to create what would have happened if Krzysztof Kieslowski directed an episode of Seinfeld - has crafted an innovative and beguiling second feature that offers an idiosyncratic glimpse into an outsider's personal odyssey.
Genuinely and refreshingly new
- Dark Horse review by JD
This is arty/cult comedy but it is unique and has a genuine feel to it. The best scenes for me are those of the misguided referee who is really funny in a strange way. It is like some French comedies (eg Amelie) but more bohemian and from the soul not just to look zany but to make you see comedy from a new angle.Some uninteresting scenes but mainly great. There is 5 seconds in colour, I'm not sure why.