the Actor Lindy Larsson contend with multiple exclusion, since growing up in the south east of Småland. ”Everything is Lessebos wrong,” he says, half in fun and curse landsortshålan, inskränktheten, the prejudices. In the movie he travels back in time on a visit to his old place of residence.
We follow on a journey that will end in Berlin in a performance at the Maxim Gorky theatre where Lindy Larsson for the first time dare to stand up and tell the whole of his history, and on his search for his true self.
at Least the most true.
with her identity, as gay, queer and as an unsupported part of a travellers; his family is roma.
But what is Lindy hop? And how he became the way he became?
He asks not really issues, other than many of us do, and the onset Ida Persson Lännerberg ask almost no questions at all.”Lindy the return of the little light”. Photo: Triart
to the extent that one can speak of any rhetoric at all, you are probably Lindy Larsson himself for it, but it is hopeless a lot of answers and almost no single tricky question to us who are watching.
Ida Persson Lännerberg is ”fascinated” by Lindy Larsson, he is an example, he is a good (?!) example, and in addition, he is exemplary. Going from strength to strength.
it's all about to free themselves from the shame and the blame. Shame to both be gay and tattare – and the shame that comes with the small bymentaliteten. To this we add the guilt to both family and friends, guilt to confess, display color, origin, and sexual preferences.
It is a traditional porträttfilm, and one of the problems with it is technically practical: We don't know who Lindy Larsson is. He is presented as a large, well-known, established star on the verge of an international breakthrough – but few have unfortunately seen that particular star to shine. So far.
And we get to see behind the mask, but we have not seen him take on the or by the.
It will be a little difficult to know what we are looking at.
See more: classic with LGBTQ-themed : ”My beautiful laundrette” (1985), ”Happy together” (1997), ”Carol” (2015).Link to the graphics