Together

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Managing to be both satirical and warm-hearted in its look at the inhabitants of a commune, Together successfully captures the spirit of a time.

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Goran runs a Stockholm commune in the 1970s. The easygoing Goran does his best to keep the peace between the politically contentious people around him, many of whom are drunk or stoned on a regular basis. When Goran's sister Elisabeth (Lisa Lindgren) flees from her abusive husband, her arrival at the commune significantly changes its dynamics. Elisabeth's two children bring change, agitating for TV and meat and driving away the commune's purists as tensions spread.

Cast & Crew

Henrik Lundstrom
Fredrik
Malte Forssell
Line Producer
Peter Aalbæk Jensen
Co-Producer
Anna Anthony
Associate Producer
Kermit Smith
Associate Producer
Anna Malini Ahlberg
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Imor Hermann
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Maggie Widstrand
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Critic Reviews for Together

All Critics (81) | Top Critics (34) | Fresh (73) | Rotten (8)

Audience Reviews for Together

  • Mar 24, 2012
    This is definitely a movie that sort of sneaks up on you because the characters slowly start to grow on you and the movie is well paced as it keeps getting better as it goes along and it ends at the right moment. The movie doesn't have a real story per se, just a collection of little subplots between the characters. Despite this, the movie never has any consistency or pacing issues. All the stories the movie tells are interesting and entertaining. I can't really complain about the movie, because, again, it may not start out like much but the movie really does grow on you with its charms and its satirical aspects. Just a great movie.
    Jesse O Super Reviewer
  • Feb 11, 2012
    Great screenplay and cast. Favorite lines; Göran: You could say that we are like porridge. First we're like small oat flakes - small, dry, fragile, alone. But then we're cooked with the other oat flakes and become soft. We join so that one flake can't be told apart from another. We're almost dissolved. Together we become a big porridge that's warm, tasty, and nutritious and yes, quite beautiful, too. So we are no longer small and isolated but we have become warm, soft, and joined together. Part of something bigger than ourselves. Sometimes life feels like an enormous porridge, don't you think? Sorry, I'm standing around dreaming. Birger: There's strength in being alone - that's just bullshit. Only thing worth anything is being together. Klas: I think your wife has understood something which you have not. Lasse: Which is? Klas: That there is no difference. We're all people. We can't be dividing ourselves. We're the same. Birger: Rather eat porridge together than a pork cutlet alone.
    Sam R Super Reviewer
  • Jul 30, 2011
    It is like a Big Brother version for all ages except that nobody is watching (and that you can see the sex scenes). 74/100
    Edgar C Super Reviewer
  • Oct 18, 2010
    Surprisingly this film is more feel-good and heartwarming than anything, and yet also gives commentary on socialism, free living, and polyamory as well. The film covers family, love, and forgiveness, as well as opening yourself to new experiences so you can find new love. The film is actually set in a commune called Together (Tillsammans), where Goran lives with a bunch of other people and a woman he loves. His sister, Elisabeth, has a domestic disturbance with her husband for the first time in years, and immediately leaves, taking her children with her to live with her brother. The three fish out of water find themselves shoved into a small space and their lives are completely changed as the commune's inhabitants rub off on them and vice versa. While there are some political themes that run throughout the story and oftentimes speak volumes on the residents, it does not overpower the narrative or center around the characters. More often these political leanings only lead to absurd scenarios, including an intellectual who more oftentimes wants to argue rather than converse, a hippie dippy woman who stomps on hearts as well as promotes multiple partners, and several others who believe in the extremes of clean living and the liberal agenda. Most of the film relies on absurd personalities over political beliefs to find humor. We also look back to the father who was left, as he finds guidance from an outside source and tries to change in order to get back his family. Every bit of this film is feel-good, whether it is the man who gets rid of his toxic lover or the coming of age story of a young teenager finding love with the next door neighbor, every bit of this makes you feel happy and sweet. The ending is even happy, and though it pulls on heartstrings throughout, it never drags, never degrades its subjects, and doesn't become clichéd or schmaltzy.
    Spencer S Super Reviewer

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