Nothing’s All Bad

Nothing’s All Bad
  • 2010
  • Denmark
  • 1h 30min

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If Todd Solondz ever made a film in Denmark it might look a little like Nothing’s All Bad. Mikkel Munch-Fals’s assured debut feature is a cleverly plotted, deliciously dark ensemble piece exploring the universal longing for a little tenderness and a human touch. Acutely observed scenes of toe-curling embarrassment blend with the bleakest of black comedy as we meet the lonely Ingeborg who is retired and widowed on the same day, schoolteacher Anna who has had a mastectomy, impossibly handsome Jonas who sells sex to anyone willing to pay and his father Anders who seems ruled by unhealthy sexual urges. Their lives will cross in the most unexpected and poignant of ways. Part of Glasgow Film Festival

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