Ove, an ill-tempered, isolated retiree who spends his days enforcing block association rules and visiting his wife's grave, has finally given up on life just as an unlikely friendship develops with his boisterous new neighbors.
The mother Morran (Johan Rheborg) and the son Tobias (Robert Gustafsson) lives together in a broken house with car wreckage in the garden. They are outsiders of the society and tries to solve every-day problems in unusual ways.
The sequel of "The 100 year-old man who climbed out the window and disappeared" continues with more flashbacks from Allan Karlsson long and adventurous double agent life. Allan introduces the Russian "folksoda" which ignite a new adventure.Written by
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When Julius awakes on the train, the back of his shirt is soaking with sweat. When he is seen moments later, his shirt is dry. See more »
[when finding the therapist dead on the floor, having choked to death on a champagne bottle cork]
He's drunk himself to death quite quickly, he has. Well, at least he won't have to have any hangover tomorrow.
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A nice parody of the mostly stupid Cold War era espionage fables of the 1960s and 1970s with certain other famous non-politically related personae and events of the time ridiculed here and there throughout the movie ... didn't feel like i wasted my time watching it in the end ...
never thought the Swede would make comedy movies like this too as i've been familiar with the great (and somewhat dark) works of Ingmar Bergman more than anyone else from that country ... (he has some comedies too though!) :-)
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