Review of The Swedish Theory of Love (2015)

Moving picture, 90 minutes

Seen in 2016.

Highly tendentious. It could have, and probably should have, been about first-world loneliness in general, instead of trying to push the idea that loneliness is a direct result of specifically Swedish political economics. The hippie commune and the surgeon who got his power drill from Clas Ohlson would also have made more interesting subjects than the nominal subject.

moving picture non-fiction