No matter the resulting quality of any Tomas Alfredson film, there is always something that makes you want to see it. And if I need to say that at the beginning of a review, maybe you can guess where I’m ultimately headed.

From what I’d seen of the trailer, I thought the film One-Two-Three-Go! would dare to be a little bit different than the other similar ones. We’ve had quite a few of these ‘angsty teenage cancer’ type films over the years, and while that in itself is not an issue, they tend to be more than a little cliche.

Anton Sigurdsson’s Cruelty might have been a typical Nordic

”Don’t follow me, I’m lost, too.” I honestly wanted to