Pain and Glory (Dolor y gloria)
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A story can be done to death, but a story can also be done very well, and here it is! Dramatic and if not occasionally delivered by wit!
Un sobresaliente estudio sobre la violencia humana, sus orígenes y sus alcances.
Definitely brutal at times. It shows an interesting look into the violent way of boarding schools in Sweden back in the day. Since it's in Swedish and my level isn't fully adapted to see how "bad" the language is, but it was enough. I definitely wouldn't watch this with children. But I may watch it again.
A high school melodrama film that can't takes you eyes off it. Powerful (even it should get more) and full of surprise.
Opportunity squandered, but remains engaging throughout.
great foreign film about a growing man trying to survive a school full of stuck up bastards.
A solid coming-of-age bully film.
"The thing that separates humans from animals is not only intelligence, it's also morality. The ability to know the difference between good and evil. You have all behaved like animals. Like vultures. It's undignified!... This has to stop."
A powerful film, with at times predictable plot. Has an exceptional performance at its heart from Andreas Wilson as Erik.
Pretty remarkable actually.