There is definitely higher production values on most contestants on America's funniest home videos.
There's a film festival going on, as is the case every fall to be fair, here in Oslo. This means I have a good chance at catching up on Koreans, and lucky me; there was three I was eager to check out.
One of them was then obviously Emergency Declaration, first and foremost for the pairing of Lee and Song. Which to my knowledge hasn't happened since The Good, Bad Weird almost 15 years ago.
Their paths don't cross here…
I grew up reading about the actual case from a small community in the middle of Norway.
Lindholm and Vinterberg's story is of course altered for dramatic effect, as well as shortened the amount of time it took to resolve.
I was only in my teens, without any sort of knowledge about the particular community/invidivuals or the basis of proof, but I remember it never sitting quite right with me. As the Danish title refers to, it absolutely felt like…
Thank you, Spike Jonze. Thank you, Joaquin Phoenix. Thank you, Scarlett Johansson. Thank you, Amy Adams. Thank you, 2013. Most of all, thank you, Her.
I don't know excactly what I expected, I tried to go in knowing as little as possible, but I definitely didn't expect anything close to what I got.
With Her, Jonze has given this generation, and hopefully many more, the greatest romance of our time, with a spin that is handled with love…