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A struggling independent filmmaker desperate to salvage his failing marriage becomes dangerously obsessed with documenting his relationship in director Christoffer Boe's harrowing glimpse into one man's dark mental descent. Nicolas Bro (Nicolas Bro) is an actor who uses his handheld camera as a means of making the outside world a more tolerable place. When his best friend Christoffer (director Boe) suggests that Nicolas film every aspect of his life as a means of breaking his stifling inhibitions, Nicolas determines to capture a real life love story on camera as he attempts to win back… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Despite escalating lunacy, result still feels like an empty aesthetic exercise or filmmaking in-joke."
‑ Leslie Felperin, Variety
"[Director] Boe and co-writer Knud Romer Jorgensen move what could have been a self-indulgent mess unpredictably as their star continues to lose his grasp on reality and find a way to make a satisfying story."
‑ Jeremy Mathews, Film Threat
"The film's final scenes show in what genre you might end up if you start relying too much on a film to sort out your life. Hint: it is not pretty to look at."
‑ Boyd van Hoeij, european-films.net
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