#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Small town Sweden, in the 1950s. This slice-of-life story is also a coming-of-age tale narrated by a young boy with an almost unconscious sense of irony. His single mother is terminally ill, his older brother isn’t the warmest person in his life, and twice he is sent to relatives in a supportive, loving village with interesting characters and adventures.
Plot: A boy, obsessed with comparing himself with those less fortunate, experiences a different life at the home of his aunt and uncle in 1959 Sweden.
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“Mit liv sum hund” directed by talented director Lasse Hallström is one of the reasons why I like Scandinavian movies so much. They always have this “real” feeling without ever overdoing things like in Hollywood movies often is the case.
The story is very simple and mainly because of that it all feels very real and heartwarming. Once you have started watching this movie you can’t keep your eyes of it. It’s a movie you’ll easily fall in love with. The movie is filled with some great, emotional and heartwarming moments that are never exaggerated or overused in any kind of way.
There are some great characters, both adults and kids. I think that is the main reason why this movie is great to watch for adults as well as children. The characters are easy to relate with thanks to the “real” feeling of the movie.
A movie that’ll not easily forget.
A movie without much sense
I thought this was a strange movie. It has so many good critiques that I expected something better. It was good at times, but aside that it was downright dull and with mostly unlikeable characters.
Despite being a drama, it isn’t as involving and deep as a drama should be. I’d like to sympathize more with the lead character, Ingemar, but I can’t always do that. He is hard to evaluate: he isn’t annoying, but he ain’t sweet peer either. He often seemed like a retard due to his sometimes erratic behavior (such as barking like a dog). Still, he is wonderfully portrayed by the actor Anton Glanzelius.
Saga, the tomboy, was another complicated character. She is supposed to like Ingemar, and yet she shows her love for him in a strange manner: by beating him up in a boxing match and hugging him during or after that. She is well played by Melinda Kinnaman.
This film makes reference to Laika’s story a cup of times. Despite his problems, Ingemar often seeks solace by reciting the tragic story of Laika the space dog. That is one good thing about this film, bringing some poetry and some soul to it.
The Swedish film-making and cinematography is another solid point, thanks to the natural beauty of the sunny settings and the characteristic snow and freezy nordic weather.
There have been complains about child nudity. What is it with everybody and this paranoia over pedophilia? Just because of one scene of child nudity in a film they already think it’s pedophilia. It’s scary how people got paranoid.
Original Language sv
Runtime 1 hr 41 min (101 min)
Genre Drama, Comedy
Director Lasse Hallström
Writer Reidar Jönsson, Lasse Hallström, Brasse Brännström
Actors Anton Glanzelius, Tomas von Brömssen, Anki Lidén
Awards Nominated for 2 Oscars. 15 wins & 5 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1
Laboratory Film-Teknik, Stockholm, Sweden
Film Length 2,779 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 16 mm, 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm