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Terribly Happy isn't, but it is wonderfully unhinged, and a painstakingly constructed meditation on a place where good and evil meet, mate, and make sour times sublime and, dare I say it, beautiful. Read full review
Terribly Happy must surely be the greatest Danish Western ever made. Read full review
The film gets seriously weird as it goes along, but without losing its sense of direction or taste for offbeat humor. Read full review
The actors are charmingly low-key, and the lensing, by Jorgen Johansson, adds to the offbeat aura. Whatever you do, don't miss the booze-guzzling showdown. Read full review
This deadpan police story produces unexpected chills. Read full review
I've only been to Denmark twice and have no idea if this is even remotely a Danish situation, but it could fit right fine in the Old West. Read full review
It may not sound funny, but there's a bleakly comic air about the story, and a bit of surrealism, suggesting the most caustic side of the Coen brothers. Read full review
Such dark doings won't be for everyone, but fans of similarly dry Nordic fare -- like the works of Aki Kaurismaki -- will be happy to have found it. Read full review
The film is vigorous exercise for those who prefer their mysteries knowing and knotty. Read full review
The characters are intended to be slightly stupid, but the writing isn’t necessarily smarter. Read full review
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