Se min kjole (2009)

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Se min kjole: Directed by Hella Joof. With Malou Reymann, Stephanie Leon, Julie Grundtvig Wester, Honey Shain. Four dysfunctional teenage girls steal a car and elope from the institution where they live. They go on a road trip across Denmark, confronting ghosts of the past and settling old accounts as their dark secrets are revealed.

“My immediate reaction to this film was: a modern, edgy and less focused film comprable to Tarkovskyu0026#39;s u0026quot;The Mirror.u0026quot;u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eI genuinely donu0026#39;t know what to rate this film. Iu0026#39;m pretty indifferent towards it. Throughout watching, I noticed my mind regularly wandering, and, unlike how I normally respond to that observation, I let it continue to happen. I feel like Godard would appreciate that because, at the end of the day, isnu0026#39;t that what film is? Visual and sonic stimulus that leads to inward thought? With allowing myself to drift came a meditative quality. The difference with this film is that inward thought inspired by the screen was incredibly immediate but far less direct. I say itu0026#39;s indirect because there doesnu0026#39;t seem to be any complete or clear idea throughout the film that I could have used to inwardly springboard off of.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eLike the film, this review doesnu0026#39;t seem grounded in much concrete thought, and I think thatu0026#39;s an appropriate response to have. That sounds like a negative statement but it truly isnu0026#39;t. The whole thing felt like an unabashed visual stream of consciousness into Godardu0026#39;s various woes with the world in which meaning can be more drawn from the form than the substance. It was a unique experience to say the least.”


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