Your Company


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Sweden, France · 2011
1h 58m
Director Ruben Östlund
Starring Yannick Diakité, Sebastian Blyckert, Kevin Vaz, John Ortiz
Genre Drama, Crime

Inspired by real events, a group of 12-14 year old boys in central Gothenburg, Sweden, rob other children through a psychological game. The thieves use an elaborate scheme called the 'little brother number' or 'brother trick', involving advanced role-play and gang rhetoric rather than physical violence.

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Variety by Leslie Felperin

Pic is a little too pleased with its own evenhanded presentation of liberal moral conundrums, but there’s no gainsaying Ostlund’s remarkable achievement in coaxing entirely naturalistic perfs from his young core cast


Empire by Patrick Peters

May be contrived and overlong, but it is also technically distinctive and utterly compelling in its analysis of Swedish attitudes towards race.


The Hollywood Reporter by Todd McCarthy

The ultimate effect of [Östlund's] studied techniques is more restricting than beneficial, which, combined with a protracted running time, faintly self-righteous air and a perplexing, misguided coda, produces a sense of letdown at the end despite the strength of much that has come before.

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