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Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (18 of 21)
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
 

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Lamaze Classic Discovery Book by Lamaze
5.0 out of 5 stars Great toy for baby, 17 Dec 2013
My son has been playing with this since he was about two months old, and he loves it. He loves the different noises and, at four months, is starting to try and figure out how to make it squeak and rattle himself, as well as how to turn the pages. The pictures and colours make him smile, and it seems a very robust item given the amount of pulling, squashing, throwing and sucking it has to endure.
You the Living [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Roy Andersson
You the Living [DVD] DVD ~ Roy Andersson
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Uneven but worthwhile, 28 Dec 2009
A tricksy number from the acclaimed Swedish director Roy Andersson, this film has no real plot but instead features fifty shortish scenes of different characters engaged in surreal, satirical versions of everyday life. Switching between comedy and tragedy, the film makes an impression through its visuals, with the almost entirely studio-filmed scenes taking place in a world of washed-out pastel wallpaper, misty mornings and - most prominently - opening and closing doors.
The constant switching from scene to scene, with only a few characters returning, never becomes irritating but instead holds the interest, with the viewer knowing that there is always something else coming shortly… Read more
Adventure ~ Television
Adventure ~ Television
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Television's follow-up to the astounding and hugely influential classic Marquee Moon, this was hastily-recorded and as a result suffered in comparison. It was released too soon after Marquee Moon and consequently, critics still reeling from Marquee Moon's brilliance gave it a panning. But with the opportunity to look at this album from a fresh viewpoint, it quickly becomes clear that it is actually a fine work itself. Of course, it isn't as good as Marquee Moon (hardly anything is), but it's a different kind of album. Where Marquee Moon was angular and more than a little funky, this is smooth and laid-back, with Marquee Moon's Torn Curtain and Guiding Light seemingly providing the blueprint… Read more

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