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The Real Estate

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  • 코미디
  • 음악 & 춤
  • 액션
  • 걸 파워

Sweden|2018|88min |Korean Premiere |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
261 7/14  20:00 CGV Bucheon 7 18
514 7/17  20:00 CGV Sopoong 3 18
829 7/20  17:30 CGV Bucheon 5 18
261 7/14  20:00CGV Bucheon 7
18
514 7/17  20:00CGV Sopoong 3
18
829 7/20  17:30CGV Bucheon 5
18

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Synopsis

Nojet inherits an apartment building, but soon realizes her cash cow is in fact a curse as the building turns on her. She seizes control again by becoming more ruthless than the surrounding businesses.

Program Note

A 68-year-old Nojet is chatting with her hairdresser at a hair salon. “It’s difficult to buy a house in Sweden if you weren’t born with a silver spoon in your mouth.” Nojet had the luck. After living in Italy on monthly allowances, she returned to Sweden and inherited an apartment building in Stockholm from her father to become a landlady. All she wants is to sell the apartment and to get hold of some money. While she inspects the building, she discovers that her half-brother and his son have poorly managed it. They even sublet to immigrants illegally. She can’t sell the building in that state. An old, female antihero who is against community and responsibility isn’t very amicable. In spite of excessive close-ups, it is hard to understand people in the film. The directing style isn’t kind but extremely creative. The film was introduced in the competition section at Berlinale 2018, and brought about diverse interpretations and responses. (Ellen Y.D. KIM)

Director

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Axel PETERSÉN

Axel Petersén and Måns Månsson have created feature films, short films and aries that have been shown worldwide in film festivals, art institutions and galleries. Their first feature-collaboration Avalon (2011) premiered in Toronto and was awarded the Fipresci Prize for Best First Feature, followed by numbers of nominations and awards.
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Mans MANSSON

Axel Petersén and Måns Månsson have created feature films, short films and aries that have been shown worldwide in film festivals, art institutions and galleries. Their first feature-collaboration Avalon (2011) premiered in Toronto and was awarded the Fipresci Prize for Best First Feature, followed by numbers of nominations and awards.

Credit

Producer
Sigrid Helleday, Måns Månsson

Screenplay
Axel Petersén

Cinematographer
Måns Månsson

Editor
George Cragg, Anna Brunstein

Music
Don Bennechi, Axel Boman

Production Design
Victor Swiatek

Cast
Léonore Ekstrand, Christer Levin, Christian Saldert

Sales
The Match Factory

Star Rating full_starfull_starempty_starempty_starempty_star  3.50