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Slim Susie (Smala Sussie) (2001)





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The brother of a former beauty queen discovers that his angelic sister is far from the innocent beauty he thought in this breakneck black comedy from Swedish filmmaker Ulf Malmros. Upon returning from Stockholm to the quaint rural village from which he came, Erik (Jonas Rimeika) is dismayed to discover that his sweet little sister Susie (Tuva Novotny) has gone missing. Diving headlong into the shady underbelly of the small town in a desperate attempt to locate his long-lost sibling, Erik is shocked to find himself following a trail that involves everyone from heroin-addicted movie buffs to corrupt policemen and fearsome gangsters.more
Rating: R (adult situations/language, nudity)
Genre: Art House & International, Comedy
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Written By: Ulf Malmros, Petteri Nuottimaki
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On DVD: Jul 19, 2005
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Tuva Novotny
as Smala Sussie
Kjell Bergqvist
as Billy Davidsson
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All Critics (2)

Slim Susie makes the case that imitation is not only flattery, but the most effective language of postmodern cinema.

Full Review… | September 1, 2005

No Scandanavian Dogme doom and gloom here

Full Review… | July 8, 2005

Audience Reviews for Slim Susie (Smala Sussie)


Fun Swedish dark comedy/mystery. Good stuff. I enjoyed this one far more than "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo".

Sweedish comedy gold. It was funny, pretty, and fast paced. This Twin Peakish little Sweedish, town full of oddballs; manic depressive police chiefs, amateur film makers, drug addicts, giants, etc, yields up a murder and conspiracy. Well worn territory, but never worn so well as here. Perspectives and chronology jump around as with Ritche and Tarantino, who are being subtly parodied, however this is, as much if not more, of a film about the contradictory impulses involved in "going home" than it is, a tour through small town's underbelly. The soundtrack is mostly bouncing indie pop, which helps keep interest during the camera's many first person drives through the city. I haven't been as pleasantly surprised by a comedy like this in a long time. Anyone interested in a fun, hip, whimsical, and inventive good time, see here.

Joseph Sylvers

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