Wild Strawberries

Wild Strawberries

Professor of medicine Isak Borg travels to Lund University in order to receive his anniversary title. Along the road he meets strangers and relatives, and in his dreams he is confronted with his own past as well as fear of insufficiency.

After living a life marked by coldness, an aging professor is forced to confront the emptiness of his existence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Patrick C (jp) wrote: Amazing how much charactor assasination the main stream media can get away with. This documentary will shed light on the fact that the progressive left MSM orchestrates to marginalize couragous folks like Andrew Breitbart and Glenn Beck.

Susan E (kr) wrote: very cute and ties in with the movie very well. I am an rpg player and found this fun to watch.

Yash B (nl) wrote: Nothing great, but its endurable.

Zed L (br) wrote: Very different and interesting. The 1st 2/3 is great, but the last 1/3 is just a lame, unsatisfying cop-out.

Alex M (es) wrote: Beautiful cinematography barely saves this film from becoming nothing more than idle banter on politics and the economy. There's something about love and the strain her job puts on a true relationship, but it's thrown to the side to leave room for more talks of money and business.

Michael N (kr) wrote: One of the most fantastically engaging mockumentaries there ever was. The build up may be slow, but it's overall the sheer tension that gets to you on the preparation towards the event. A good rental for people that can suspend their disbelief.

Justin H (br) wrote: kick ass movie! but a little corny

Jim S (de) wrote: I appreciate the film for its willingness to keep asking questions, but it was also a maddening one. Nothing seemed to lead anywhere, which was maybe the whole point, but it was frustrating to hear all these insightful and intelligent conversations that led the plot nowhere.

Jonathan S (it) wrote: Oh, so we just greenlight anything now?

David G (mx) wrote: A SUPERB TREATMENT OF THE INSANITY OF POWER RUN AMOK. IT USES HUMOR LIKE A SCALPEL, CUTTING LAYER BY LAYER UNTIL THE TRUTH BE TOLD.... SARCASM, WIT, AND INTENSE UNDERSTANDING OF THE HUMAN CONDITION.

Mary C (au) wrote: The choreography is amazing.