Another Round (2020) 1080p

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Genres:
Comedy | Drama
Resolution:
1920*960
Size:
1.94G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Language:
Danish 2.0  
Run Time:
117 min
IMDB Rating:
8.1 / 10 
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Directors: Thomas Vinterberg [Director] ,


Movie Description:
There is a theory that man is born with half a per mille too little. That alcohol in the blood opens the mind to the outside world, problems seem smaller and creativity increases. We know it well; after the first glass of wine, the conversation lifts, the possibilities open up. Martin is a high school teacher. He feels old and tired. His students and their parents want him terminated to increase their average. Encouraged by the per mille theory, Martin and his three colleagues throw themselves into an experiment to maintain a constant alcohol impact in everyday life. If Churchill won World War II in a dense fog of spirits, what could the strong drops do for them and their students? The result is positive in the beginning. Martin's class is in a different way now, and the project is being promoted to a real academic study with the collection of results. Slowly, but surely, the alcohol makes the four friends and their surroundings loosen up. The results are rising, and they really begin...

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Reviews

I watched the whole movie with a glass of vodka in hand, and it was great and The movie too

First of all; I watched the whole movie with a glass of vodka in hand, and it was great.Mads Mikkelsen in this film shines again with a dramatic role, as in The Hunt, and shows us again that in these dramatic roles, he is one of the best actors of this century; Within the cast of this film there are only great actors, who in most scenes you can sense what's is going through their heads just by looking at his face and the micro expressions they make.It is just fantastic.The film is not boring at any time, I even assure you that you will laugh; So the rhythm is fast and precise, it does not pause to show things that are not interesting or that do not contribute anything to the story, and obviously we must highlight the photography that there are of these exotic cities in Denmark ... Until.The third act at first was a bit strange to me, after that tragic thing that happened, because the film could have ended perfectly there, with the message of anti-alcohol consumption, but that did not happen.The boys graduated and the three friends end up "happy" leaving aside what happened before. I was wondering why?Until I understood that in the end nothing matters, the world keeps turning and the decisions you make will always be affected by the mood with which you face every day, you are the only one who can make a change and alcohol though give you force, it will not always be there.Martin knew that his life in the end is changin,Martin knew that his life is finally changing, he was reconciling with his wife after so long.So why should he be lamenting about something that's already left behind.In the end, Tommy lived as he wanted.Good Movie.

A great film

This films radiates emotions from the character to the viewer in a way that has been rare this year. The pacing of the film left me gripped throughout, with great performances throughout the cast.

Mads Mikkelson was great as usual in this film

Skol?

I had a few misgivings about watching this film as someone who has not had a sip of alcohol in over six months. Would it trigger me into drinking? Would it portray drinking in a positive light? Obviously I threw my doubts aside and watched it and I am glad I did. This film primarily tells the tale of Martin (Mads Mikkelsen) who is going through the motions of life. He is no longer effective as a teacher and his family life is lacking due to the alienation of his wife and kids. However, on a boozy night out with a group of co-workers / friends an idea is formed, based on Norwegian philosopher and psychologist Finn Sk?rderud's theory that humans are born with a blood alcohol level 0.050 lower than it should be, and that that amount should be drunk every day in order to bring about optimum performance levels. As all four friends engage in drinking in the morning things appear to work well, until the inevitable escalation. First off, this film is genuinely funny. Secondly, it is moving. Third, it is beautiful to look at. However if I were to judge this film as a recovering alcoholic and try to pinpoint a message to the film, then I would have some trouble. I believe the film is a commentary on the absurdity of Danish drinking culture. Not being Danish I maybe can't fully comprehend the social intricacies, but being British I can certainly understand (drinking is our culture). For better or worse this film doesn't appear to state definitively whether drinking alcohol is good or bad. Certainly you view tragedy born from over imbibing, but then it shows that there are some positives. For someone like me who wishes to moderate but can't and wants a binary judgement, this rubs me the wrong way. In short, I would say good film with a weak ending.
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