Tag Archives: Humour

Talk to Me – 2007 – Kasi Lemmons

10m12.jpgIt’s the civil rights era in the US and African-American Petey Green (Don Cheadle), an ex-con with the gift of the gab, lands his dream job as a radio DJ. This true story of his eventual rise to fame as inspirational civil rights figure was done with just the right amount of humour, sensitivity and style.

Cristina Pittelli 

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Together/Tillsammans – 2000 – Lukas Moodysson

26m1.jpgLooking at life and love in a hippy commune in 1970s Sweden, Together is the embodiment of Scandinavian unpretentiousness: narrated with an air of casualness and humour, this tale is all the more charming for not trying to be cute. As natural and free as Pippi Longstocking.
Sabine Wolf