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Arkusan Martinsson

Sweden 2009
produced by
Jimmy Johansson, Erik Rydberg (co) for Super Lino Puro, Schalima
directed by Jimmy Johansson
starring Patrik Lindström, Robin Lindh, Johan Gustavsson, Erik Rydberg, Zacharias Malm, Henrik Sjöman, André Lindh, Lloyd Kaufman (voice), Nadine Dawod, Cecilia Krantz, Royce Hobson, Rambo Stallone (= Jimmy Johansson), John Birmingham, Ralph ez Boston (= David Ekström), Claes Fredriksson, Pelle Skoglund, Bjarni Gautur, Åke Holtz, Benny Johansson, Ebba Johansson, Erika Okarinen, Albin Olsson
written by Jimmy Johansson, Erik Rydberg, music by Sister, S.P.D.A, Apsvett feat Ralph ez Boston, Albin Olsson, Frankenztein & Ankmann, Goretex, Alter Egon, special effects by Jimmy Johansson, Helene Johansson

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Arkusan (Patrik Lindström) is 23, unemployed, still lives with his mom (whom he rarely sees though), and has plenty of time to kill every day of the week. This is one day in his life:

In the morning, Arkusan wakes up screaming from a nightmare in which he cut off his penis while masturbating with scissors. His best friend Ronkas (Robin Lindh), a guy so irritating even Arkusan finds him annoying, calls and they hang out in the streets the local cafeteria, the record store and wherever else with nothing to do in particular. The highlight of Arkusan's day is when he and Ronkas part ways again, but upon coming home, he remembers he gave his room to an alcoholic friend (Erik Rydberg) of his to crash and sleep it off - and now he has to share his bed with the guy ...


Ok, my synopsis of this film might sound just as dull as a typical day in Arkusan's life, yet the film as such is anything but dull, it's a highly ironic and at times pretty hilarious take on the boredom of a generation caught somewhere between teenage lifestyle and adulthood, dreams and high hopes of the young and the depressing reality of a grown-up life. But while this might sound lofty and pseudo-intellectual, the film is not, it's a light-footed walk through a depressing day, a humourous (but never mean-rpirited) portrait of a self-proclaimed loser and his loser-friends.



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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