Three Miles North Of Molkom (15)

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Time Out says

Tue Sep 15 2009

Read our interview with one of the directors here

How unusual: a documentary that makes you both snigger and think. Ängsbacka is a Swedish festival where a thousand hippies, both full-time and part-time, decamp for seven days each year to take part in sessions such as tantric-sex workshops, walking on hot coals and tree hugging. Young British filmmakers Robert Cannan and Corinna McFarlane persuaded the festival to allow them to film there in 2007 and they found seven people to follow, ranging from Ljus, a blond Swede who looks like he’s wandered off the set of ‘Lord of the Rings’, to Nick, a macho Australian traveller who appears to have mistranslated ‘Ängsbacka’ as ‘Earls Court’. The directors just avoid sneering at some of the extreme characters and events they discover and succeed in leaving you both envious and suspicious of these folk and their lack of inhibitions. It’s a funny film that imbues you with an odd feeling of Zen.

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Rated:

15

UK release:

Fri Sep 18, 2009

Duration:

107 mins

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Director:

Robert Cannan, Corina McFarlane

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Margret

It was sooo sad i am sooo not watching it again it made me cry but not of laughter :(

steve

The most fun i've had in the cinema for a long long time! i think everyone should see this beautiful little film - so inspirational!

steve

The most fun i've had in the cinema for a long long time! i think everyone should see this beautiful little film - so inspirational!

Louise

Brilliant film, made me raw with laughter, beautifully shot. A must see.

Louise

Brilliant film, made me raw with laughter, beautifully shot. A must see.