Adam's Apples (2005) 1080p

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Comedy | Crime
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Danish 5.1  
Run Time:
94 min
IMDB Rating:
7.8 / 10 
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Directors: Anders Thomas Jensen [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Ivan is a priest in a rural church known for the apples that grow on a large tree in front. He's odd: seeing the world through rose-colored glasses, in denial about personal facts, and convinced he's at war with Satan. The rectory is a half-way house for recently paroled convicts. Adam arrives for 12 weeks, a large, tough neo-Nazi, first baffled by Ivan's thick-headed optimism, then angry. He vows to break Ivan's faith. Meanwhile, in exasperation at Ivan's insistence, Adam sets a personal goal: to bake an apple pie. All goes awry for the tree: crows, worms, lightening. The Book of Job gives Adam perverse insight, and his hooligan mates provide the resolution's spring.


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One Of The Meanest - And Funniest - Satires I've Ever Seen

Mean, very funny satire with amazing performances by all - and with an absolutely outstanding Mads Mikkelsen. This is a very black comedy, but also a very smart one that shows once more that Scandinavian - and especially Danish - cinema had some of the most diverse and creative output in Europe over the last two decades. 8 stars out of 10.

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Provocative. Original. Absurd. Politically incorrect. Thoroughly Entertaining.

Adams ?bler is one of the best movies I have ever seen and I have seen quite a few. Awkwardly, even though it forced me to acknowledge that my personality has an intently merciless side which I didn't know existed (meaning laughing at things you are not supposed to laugh at) I found the dark humour and absurdity of the film thoroughly refreshing.

Every little scene, every conversation, every piece of music in this comedy-ish danish drama is spot on. The acting is superb and the performances are even more powerful due to a relatively small amount of characters. Anders Thomas Jensen does not spell things out for you: you are free to think what you want about religion, stereotypes, unwavering optimism or criminal behaviour. He does not judge his characters, he doesn't even take them too seriously and the result is still a surprising, incredibly entertaining piece of art which crawls under your skin and doesn't let you go for days.

I recommend it to everyone who appreciates original, provocative, inventive but still digestible art or all in all likes European filmmaking. I don't recommend it to people who tend to dislike unconventional stuff or cannot take in politically incorrect, dark humour.

danish rule!

I went to see this film last night. I had no expectations going in to it, other than the fact that I really love Danish films and the actor Mads Mikkelsen. The movie really blew me away. The story is told in such a way that you find yourself laughing in the strangest places, you get really shocked in other places and the communication between the persons is extreme and wild! The acting from all of the actor's is superb!You go out of the movie theater with a smile on you face at the same time you find yourself reflecting on some of the key questions on life itself..

Go out and watch it as soon as possible!
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