Censored film of the controversial Swedish film Director
Bob Bellings-the most common clerk working in a large Corporation. He tries hard to be invisible, but, to his misfortune, attempts are not crowned with success, because Bob is regularly subjected to sexual encroachments by female colleagues. Meanwhile, the city began to commit senseless brutal murder of women.
The film was shot in 1975 by Swedish Director Bo Arne Vibenius, whose filmography consists of only three films.
The level of pathology, pain in the film Vibenius exceeded much more reasonable, why, and it seems in the final, that this is a social portrait, but written by a true madman from the movie
Andreas Bellis as Bob looks really organic and convincing; his game is perfect even in the most risky or unusual scenes. The camera work in the film skillfully draws in the picture of suspense, sometimes buying in the ribbon, unusual and pressing the viewer plenty of frankly pornographic scenes.
The soundtrack from composer Ralph Lundsten is emphasized the bleakness of the film, sounding anxious throughout.
Despite the obvious and, apparently, very far away from reality, the Director was able to portray a portrait of a typical average person from the prosperous captran, with a pronounced manic "abilities", living his life, divided into two sides — the usual and sinful. Many moments of the film seem, to put it mildly, absurd, but, as is commonly believed, the absurdity is an integral part of a good movie. A movie about life itself.
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