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The Guitar Mongoloid

A film about different people living outside the norms in the fictional city Jöteborg, strikingly similar to real-life Göteborg. Although not a documentary, most of the people seen in the film are non-actors more or less playing themselves.
Earning comparisons to the work of Harmony Korine and Roy Andersson, Ruben Östlund’s audacious feature debut is a defiantly lo-fi, virtually plotless portrait of iconoclasts and outsiders living on the margins of a fictional city known as Jöteborg (which closely resembles Gothenburg). Training his coolly detached, perpetually static camera on a cross section of hooligans, bikers, buskers, and oddballs, Östlund fashions a wild, weird, and at times surprisingly sensitive look at the ineffable strangeness of human nature.
Original title
Gitarrmongot
English title
The Guitar Mongoloid
Year
2004
Country
Language
SV
Subtitles
CZ
Running time
85 min
Genre
Age rating
15+
Directed by
Written by
Edited by
Cinematography

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11. 12.
11:55
Film Europe

Media reception

The New York Times
"A cousin to Harmony Korine's “Gummo”.”
IONCINEMA
"People Are Strange”

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