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Heavy Scandinavian humor

por Dee Laurantus (2021-03-30)

For any query'Scandinavian humor'Yandex, for example, allocates only 4 absolutely matching links. At least one is done nonsense, the second leads to a look at Erlend Lou's literary creation, which really has quite adequate humor - Volvo Trucks, the last - for the entry in LiveJournal while using the wording'heavyweight Scandinavian humor ', the last to your certain forum to the topic'Norman theory and Scandinavian humor ', and I didnt see anything about humor directly. The photo is symptomatic, right?

In brief, when the descendants of your Vikings have humor, it is especially peculiar. Not really the Russian folk "three ha-ha" without including the idiotic Bin from Foggy Albion, very understandable and close to the Russian soul.

At this time, we have to also remember the belief that the characters will humor in'The Most Important Boss'within the suggestion and under the strict guidance of the well-known many-something-fob Lars Trier, the carrier on the proudly attached prefix'von ', which in itself is funny if have a perception of ​​some facts concerning the director's biography and his awesome previous film works.

However, Trier, famous for his unbridled film innovation, having filmed films of all imaginable and inconceivable genres, beginning mystical legends in hospital interiors, ending with social drama against the backdrop of an black backdrop, complacently not to mention transferred his efforts towards the comedy genre, as the sole virgin soil, hitherto remaining unplowed. However, 123 movies many viewers, studying the "fresh" Trier, will understand they've already no a sense humor. Or perhaps the Dane doesn't have it. "That is much more likely," we say to them in consolation.

The plot is straightforward: the director of an certain mid-range IT company hires an unemployed actor to effectively and convincingly portray the "most crucial boss" by nature, who does not take place in nature, who originates on the Danish kingdom to examine his own home based business, for a moderate fee. Everything.

1 hour and forty minutes of screen time "the chief boss" climbs into funny troubles of your boltological nature, moving into conflicts and essentially close relations with the workplace employees (6 "old people" with respect for gender balance), through an ex-girlfriend, using an Icelander, with a boss ... 4 times the article author himself intervenes from the events, using the confident voice from the creator "exposing" the comedy to the viewer, voicing and illustrating the laws of your genre's existence.

Usually, the humor in "The Most Important Boss" really should be WANTED to see. I wanted to, and it turned out funny to me. Not all the time, she didn't tear her tummies, but you will find sufficient truly funny situations. And the final atmosphere of the main absurdity is extremely successfully held up by the photo, whose originality is due, apparently, to the particular Automavision, created by Trier, because no living and healthy operator would dare to shoot like that. Often in the heart of the frame we have a doorway, then your personal computer monitor, then only half with the character's face, uttering remarks. Feeling that you lives its very own life, regardless of characters. And computer system courses funny.

To say that the photo is minimalistic is always to say nothing! In "Boss" there are a type of hi-tech from the cinema: white smooth walls, office furniture - completely straight lines and standard colors, equipment for your office, judging with the disposition while in the frame, playing the title role, faces and figures of characters.

It is evident that with this type of ascetic plot and scenery, the audience's interest automatically shifts to the characters while in the film and what they are saying (to a reduced extent, what they are doing). To "keep" a person's eye and attention of people, you must PLAY! And are generally playing.

One cannot but praise, of course, Jens Albinus, whose surprisingly stupid and touching face, "The primary boss" owes a substantial number of his success. The roles of losers and bungler look good in the performance of just such guys, causing sympathy and slight annoyance at the same time.

A motivating fact will be the presence while in the casting from the director with the heavyweight, affectionately accepted at the moment "Angels of your Universe", the Icelander Fridrik Thor Fridriksson from the role of a business partner, or a potential buyer of this entire office, completely indefatigable and uncontrollable, damn HOT (huh) and undiplomatic Icelandic uncle Finnur. The role is small, but very striking.

Of the girls, perhaps, I will praise the "real blonde" Iben Yail, who's still remembered by me for any role in the hysterical Scandinavian girlfriend from the character John Cusack in Stephen Frears'"High Fidelity", along with a good game in "Dogme-95" No. 3 - "Mifune's Last Song" ... Excellent madama. P-ara can be where she needed to - would have settled in Hollywood with countless royalties.

As opposed to conclusions.

The film is funny and original, however, not without a good quantity of boredom. Over a comedy, pure water is not drawn, but quite watchable, otherwise at 2 am. I would not recommend it to everyone and everybody, but fans of Trier's antics will, There's no doubt that, be satisfied. As, however, and connoisseurs of oh-oh-very subtle, hardly noticeable humor. Anyone who wishes to fool around and then determine how cinematic geniuses undertake it - that you are welcome! That way.