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About Endlessness Om det ondliga Tue 15 Dec Roy Andersson | Sweden, Germany, Norway, France | 2019 | 78m | 12A | In Swedish with English subtitles Swedish drama from Roy Andersson (A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence) comprising a series of vignettes from various people's lives. "An anthology of vignettes detailing the gamut of everyday emotions, both big and small. Weakness, compassion, despair and hope – all human life is here.", Empire "Swedish auteur Roy Andersson's latest is another masterpiece of the human condition, ranging from the evils of war to the redemptive power of love," * The Guardian Contains bloody images, moderate violence, threat
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