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When you read the book I think the movie will please you very much. You know about the plot, about the cruel details and Fritz Honka himself.
I loved the cineastic elements, the use of music was incredibly good for example, every actor and every actress fit their character very well. The scene in which Fritz has a drink with Helga is heartbreaking, many scenes made me laugh and many more had me hold my breath. Yes, it was disgusting to watch sometimes. But this is the whole point of the movie, the book, and in the end of the real story of Fritz Honka.
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