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Directed by Lukas Moodysson
Produced in 2006
Main Language - ENGLISH
Jena Malone (Voice), Peter Lorentzon
An arthouse meditation on a variety of themes, including sexuality and stardom, that has been compared to the work of Andy Warhol. An obese man stumbles along in his strange, celebrity-obsessed life, whilst a female, internal voice (Donnie Darko's Jena Malone) murmurs bizarre, stream-of-consciousness thoughts. An acquired taste.
Length: 70 mins
Format: DVD B&W
Released: 29th January 2007
Cat No: MTD5285
- Inside the mind of Lukas Moodysson featurette.
by Alex Davidson on 15th November 2007
I wish I hadn't seen this film. It's only 70 minutes long, but feels like an epic. It consists of a fat man (a wannabe transsexual) rolling around on the floor, occasi... Read on
I wish I hadn't seen this film. It's only 70 minutes long, but feels like an epic. It consists of a fat man (a wannabe transsexual) rolling around on the floor, occasionally carrying a slender woman around and generally acting the prat. It's shot on poor quality black and white (it wants to be a Warhol film), and has a dull, whiny female voice talking over the (non)action, an interior voice that says nothing of interest. It is inconceivably boring - half the audience walked out within the first half-hour.
I thought it was impossible to imagine Moodysson making a more unwatchable film than Hole In My Heart, but he really stepped up to the plate with this stinker.