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So thoroughly engaging, so beautifully made, strikingly shot and chock-full of humor and humanity, I can't imagine any intelligent audience not falling in love with it.
It's not bad per se, but it would probably play better on the small screen.
Far from being a collection of stoic cliches, the singers are vibrantly individual, and their stories form the film's core.
Cool and Crazy, not only does music have charms to soothe the savage breast, but also warmth to melt the endless Norwegian winter.
An unusual and utterly disarming documentary.
Consistently offbeat and entertaining.
Although Jenson's film is of that peculiarly insular, homespun variety, it nevertheless manages to fend off the blight of boredom with its sheer exuberance and authentic appreciation of its subject.
A beguiling documentary about a 30-man choir in a tiny Norwegian fishing village that salutes the cathartic effect of singing.
Jensen lets us understand these men who keep their souls alive through song.
If you appreciate an intimate and real view of another culture ... then you are bound to like this movie and get a charge out of the choir singers who are innately entertaining people.
As effortlessly uplifting as last year's 'Down from the Mountain,' and the music, while very different. is also wonderful.
Jensen paints a vivid portrait of quirky eccentricity and uncommon dedication to a seemingly irrelevant pursuit.
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