Using an often surprising manic and fractured style, the film "Liden Tid" (Time Is But Brief), is exploring the visionary possibilities of systematic disorientation of the viewer's senses. Yet, the filmmaker skillfully manages to take the audience through a gut wrenching, nightmarishly absurd tale of a young man, whose life has gotten out of control. The contradiction of relentless desire vs. ultimate destruction taking over the main character's life is summed up in scenes, where a strangely detached American philosopher is spewing dead-on truths about life and death. With a reckless, somewhat sinister distance and dark humor, the director (Anders Bramsen) gives us an unposed picture of a soul, yearning for freedom, and raises the question of what's left when humans are incapable of, or unwilling to live life on life's terms.
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