Review: (Killer) Marriage Scene in “Ion de dager”
“Iondedager” (In Bad Days) is the perfect blend of Tarantino’s Gore, hilarious hyjinx, and one day a modern twist on a mediocre marriage.
When #cabinlife is at stake in your health …
We all know who was in a failed relationship. Once a rose, a butterfly, and a romance, it’s now completely boring, frustrated, and disgusting. Many films have dealt with the failure of relationship and marriage collapse (recently, Ingmar Bergman’s classic HBO English remake “Scenerurettäktenskap– Marriage scene) But Tommy Wirkola’s “I turn dager on“(On a bad day, it was translated as “The Trip” in the English release.).
Lars (Aksel Hennie, Hodejegerne Fame) and Lisa (Noomi Rapace, known as Lisbeth Salander of Stieg Larsson) Millennium The movie series) has a failed relationship.But instead of going to couple therapy, they decide to travel to them hytte (Cabin) does the trick. Apart from the distractions of modern city life, all that fresh air makes their relationship astounding … isn’t it? What each does not know is that both are planning to kill each other. Where else is a better place to hide a corpse than a hut in the woods far from civilization?
But, as expected, nothing goes to the plan. In addition to these three fugitive prisoners (Atle Antonsen, Andre Eriksen, Christian Rubeck), passing through their yard, this urgent need for killing is in the backseat. It will be if you kill slowly or if you are killed.
Nods to the Hollywood greats, but in a very Scandinavian environment
One drawback of Lars and Lisa’s great casting is that they have too little screen time to establish the real disgust and disgust they have with each other. The scene showing the two failing chemistry is too short for the audience to actually agree with their failed marriage.
Throughout the rest of the film, there is a nod to his apparent idols, from Wirkola to Quentin Tarantino to the Coen brothers. But unlike his Hollywood idol, the great idea of using Virkola’s amazing Scandinavian settings is hytte Great master stroke. For all of us Scandis (and our adopted Scandis), nothing is more peaceful and quiet. hytte.. It’s a place of peaceful bliss, and the juxtaposition of gangsters of people trying to slice each other in a peaceful environment makes a great movie.
A really fun and grippy thriller
What started out as a very modern marriage take quickly became a kind of gory caper, and you need to put you on the edge of your seat throughout the movie.This movie may not be suitable or fun for everyone, but it’s good to see a famous movie hyttetur – A microcosm of Scandinavian quiet holidays – reaching a wider audience around the world.In a runaway success of Verdens Verste Menneske, The Norwegian setting suddenly looks like a deligale.And what are Norwegians rather than going to their own hytte?
verdict : I turn dager on A gory, grippy, really fun caper that should please some people … but maybe a couple therapist should miss this. But we needed to see more of the passive aggression of Lars and Lisa.
Score: 3 passive-aggressive conversations about the meaning of how to order cooked steak out of 6
I turn dager on You can stream it on Netflix.
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