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This touching, low-key English drama concerns the friendship between a middle-aged Anglo-Irish woman Helen and a younger Czech Romany woman Tasha who Helen meets through her own daughter. The story touches on themes of racism and tolerance, towards those of other races and sexual preferences, and is an intriguing example of a film made according to the strict rules of Dogme, a film-making code established by a group of Danish directors in the mid-1990s.
United by an Italian class, six lonely people in small-town Denmark learn not just a language, but a commonality of their hang-ups and desires.
14+ years 110 mins
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