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Open the abysses of the kylslaget Sweden
Open the abysses of the kylslaget Sweden

Photographer trying out life as a homeless in the new documentary

This is a kulturartikel which is a part of Aftonbladet's opinionsjournalistik.

the Introduction also consists of a rather provocative hjälteporträtt – Christoffer says goodbye to his teary-eyed girlfriend. It reminds a little of how Nils Bergman towered up and stood in the way of the story in the documentary about the Arbogakvinnan Johanna Möller.

But the criticism is given. It is the tv we see, and it must contain a certain amount of dramaturgy and in the other that focuses on both Hjalmarsson and portrayal jointly and severally on those who live their entire lives on the street. Of course, it is better that someone perform this experiment than to not do it, so pekpinnarna is quite irrelevant.

Many of the scenes physically hurt to see. Not the where Hjalmarsson sleeping at the Centre, or yrvaket notes that this is ”so sick”, but the scenes that follow the haggard people who are stuck in an abysmal loop.

the Grip is simple, it has been done lots of times, but no less effective for it. It's about giving visibility and light to those who easily tend to repress. Those who live ”outside of society”, a dangerous trope that is also used here – they're in the middle of society you can be.

But a hand-held camera filming Christopher, for example, the pair Bos, and Daniel, who each day stand on the subway. Politely and eloquently asking for money in the face of uncomfortable travelers, in order to collect their heroindoser. Bos suffer from social phobia and dare not beg before she had a fix. Daniel had earlier claimed, when he instead of begging, engaging in other shady activities, that he would never sink so low as to ask strangers. Now he is standing there, and wish you all a fantastic evening.

Christopher put the border: ”I do just not,” he says of tiggandet. But the series shows just that: Well, it would you do, to the end of the year. It is possible to fall as far as you want without that the Swedish safety net catches you. Bos and Daniel are two of the approximately 6 000 swedes who are deemed to be in urgent need of a place to sleep.

The nightmarish vulnerability is not only in Syria, but also at the Åhléns department store on Drottninggatan. The feeling is that it is discussed intensively right now. The panicky shouts of ”more police” is also interspersed with a desire for more social workers and more prevention. Social workers often work with impossible conditions while the social sector to be dismantled. SVT is behind some important current reviews of the subject, such as Mission review Who can save the True?

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