Comedy • NR • 2020 • 1 hr 57 min
It's an interesting european film for us guys in forties and fifties.
Vinterberg explores all sides of alcoholism in a way that is fun, and doesn't seem like shoving a group therapy session down your throat.
Great film. Definitely one of the best new European films I've seen
The ending will make you forget all the feelings you went through watching whole movie
A continuously wild ride that takes you down the nostalgic wormhole, of your worst bender.
Mads should've been nominated but I'll let it slide.
Mads mikkelson is so good in this movie..awesome movie😍😍
A really nice of art, the whole environment is well designed and the story makes total sense
Mads Mikkelsen, comedy, foreign cinema, what's not to love.
Great performances and very entertaining. It will have you asking yourself – how moderate is moderation?
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