In the ideal Scandinavian society, every man is his brother’s keeper; the welfare state is in theory a place of broad, inclusive wellbeing for every child, man, and woman. Utopian in its ambition, one is inclined to expect it depicted as such on the silver screen as well. However, in Tomas Alfredson’s Let The Right […]

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