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A Man Called Ove (En man som heter Ove) (2015)

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A Man Called Ove

20151 h 56 min
Overview

59 year-old Ove is the block’s grumpy man. Several years ago he was deposed as president of the condominium association, but he could not give a damn about being deposed and therefore keeps looking over the neighborhood with an iron fist. When pregnant Parvaneh and her family move into the terraced house opposite Ove and accidentally back into Ove’s mailbox it sets off the beginning of an unexpected change in his life.

Metadata
Title A Man Called Ove
Original Title En man som heter Ove
Languages Farsi, svenska
Country  Sweden
Director of Photography Göran Hallberg
Original Music Composer Gaute Storaas
Author
Writer Hannes Holm
Adult No
Tagline
Budget
IMDb Id tt4080728
Certification
Release Date 25 December 2015
Director Hannes Holm
Revenue
Runtime 1 h 56 min
Details
Movie Subtitles English
Swedish
Movie Media DVD
DivX
Movie Format HD
Movie Language Swedish
Movie Status Scheduled
Movie Rating Excellent
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A Man Called Ove (En man som heter Ove) (2015) Storyline:

Ove (Rolf Lasgaard) is a rigid and stubborn old man, his wife died of illness early, leaving him alone in this chaotic world. Every morning, he will regularly inspect in the community, make sure all the vehicles are parked in its position, and also berte cars that violated rules and drived into the community, get rid of dogs and cats that destructed the environment, in the eyes of community residents, Ove is ‘evil neighbor coming from hell’, everyone understand that this is actually the deep love performance of Ove for community.

One day, he was fired by his boss and lost work that he has spent dozens of years, he is downhearted and decided to commit suicide. However, at this stage, a woman named Parveena (Bahar Pars) and her husband with two children moved to the next door, and become a stumbling block to Ove’s plan.

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A Man Called Ove

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated PG-13 for thematic content, some disturbing images, and language

Language: Swedish | Persian

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Review: Ordinary but no ordinary life of the little man

Cold tone picture, it’s gentle, trivial and lack of the true sense of the dramatic climax, but it has touched so many people, perhaps because its protagonist Ove, let us recall those kind of people who side of us and we often encounters: stubborn, stubborn, full of hatred for all people and things.

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