what an amazing double feature. vinterberg and mikkelsen are clearly a duo to be reckoned with. more than a decade later, they teamed up to create another dynamic masterpiece, a little more lighthearted but still very authentic and grounded in realism. this is a film that shouldn’t work but absolutely does. it’s a bit of a slow burn but it’s fascinating, exploring the allure and dangers of alcohol, with nuance and sophistication, without glorifying it or outright condemning it, striking…
this is literally my favorite movie and one of the best horror films ive ever seen, it’s a masterpiece, nearly flawless in every way, in terms of both narrative and style, it creates such a dreadful and terrifying atmosphere while remaining grounded in what is a deeply emotional and personal story of grief, loss, and family trauma, even the title hints at the film’s emotional core, its exploration of family ties, motherhood, adolescence, and everything in between, for me, the…
moviest movie of all time oh my god. masterpiece.
i got to watch an advanced screening with margot and honestly i felt emotions i’ve never felt before, this was brutal and visceral, and it went so hard. gotdamn. i felt so enthralled and honestly captivated by the entire thing. an immersive experience dare i say. damn this was so cool.
really weird but good
this movie gave me everything
- mads mikkelsen shirtless
- mads mikkelsen smoking
- mads mikkelsen smoking shirtless
- mads mikkelsen dancing to “it’s raining men”
- mads mikkelsen in a baseball cap
- close ups of mads mikkelsen's eyes, hands, and lips
what more could i ask for from an excellent danish drama?