Man Arrives at a Perfect Life Lacking Recollection How

Orlando Weekly | March 26, 2007
Bug-eyed protagonist Andreas has a good job, a comfortable apartment and a smokin'-hot girlfriend. The problem is, none of it is his. Like a character in a reality show, Andreas is quite suddenly plopped into a complete, picture-perfect world. While the idea of an existentialist Norwegian drama may seem the height of chin-stroking boredom, Bothersome finds copious amounts of dark, out-loud laughs in Andreas' discomfort. The film is a great relationship-tester; if your significant other laughs along with you at Bothersome's many funny moments, you know you've found a keeper. Why? Because the biggest laughs come from scenes like the one where Andreas accidentally chops his finger off and then tries to pretend like nothing happened.

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