Vinterberg's 'The Commune' collective living and disillusion

Vinterberg's 'The Commune' collective living and disillusion
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Vinterberg's take on collective living 'The Commune'


As Thomas Vinterberg’s magnificent ‘Festen’ approaches 20 years of age. The co-founder of Dogme 95 has turned his scalpel eye to collective living in the ‘The Commune.’

THE COMMUNE (Thomas Vinterberg, 2016) – The Burford Review

— Stuart W J Burford (@MoodyB84) 24 November 2016

It is 1970s Copenhagen and a professional couple inherit a gigantic family home. In an experimental gesture they invite various friends to move in with them.

The Commune is an expertly crafted rollercoaster of joy & turmoil. Rachel's Staff Choice, starts Thurs.

— Electric Palace (@Electric_palace) 1 November 2016

Vinterberg has pressed the autobiograpical button having grown up in such an environment, the tensions soon emerge.

Vinterberg is a master and his camera probing.The acting is superb.

Mi nota en GuayoyoEnLetras</a> sobre "The Commune", la nueva película de Thomas Vinterberg.<a href=""></a> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Sabrina Tortora (SabrinaTF85) 19 September 2016

This look back to a time when a new lifestyle appeared possible it is at times nostalgic, but ultimately leads to mental breakdown and disillusion.

Enjoy have a good week.

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