Together
Together (2001)

In mid-1970s, fleeing life with her abusive husband Rolf, Elisabeth moves into her brother Goran's commune, with her two children Stefan and Eva. A big house in suburban Stockholm, the commune is called "Together" and… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: January 1, 1998
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Critic Score: 90% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Managing to be both satirical and warm-hearted in its look at the inhabitants of a commune, Together successfully captures the spirit of a time.

Geoff Pevere
Toronto Star

A comedy of crusty exterior and soft heart.

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Rene Rodriguez
Miami Herald

A big-hearted, generous movie that never patronizes the audience.

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Jay Antani
Cinema Writer

effortlessly poetic

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Rick Groen
Globe and Mail

Quite bright in its fashion and often singularly comic.

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Jay Carr
Boston Globe

The best thing about Together ... is the way it snatches idealism back from the brink of life-smothering orthodoxy.

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Urban Cinefile Critics
Urban Cinefile

. Intensely humane and energetically humorous, Together is a film for film lovers and for anyone interested in human nature.

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Michael O'Sullivan
Washington Post

A comedy of manners set in the hippie heyday of 1975.

Andrew Sarris
New York Observer

Tinged with delicate nostalgia.

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Andrew Howe
eFilmCritic.com

The film's supposed status as a feel-good flick originates from its ability to remind us that we're never alone in our failings.

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Flixster Audience Score: 89% Flixster User Reviews
Spencer S.
Surprisingly this film is more feel-good and heartwarming than anything, and yet also gives commentary on socialism, free living, and polyamory as well. The… More
Randy Tippy
Communal living, free-love and hippies from a uniquely Swedish perspective. Wonderfully nostalgic and, for director Moodysson, surprisingly sentimental.
Anthony Lawrie
A really beautiful and funny story and a great introduction into the world of Lukas Moodysson, although, this is his only 'happy' film to date.