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Lukas Moodysson writes in the New York Times

Swedish film maker Lukas Moodysson has an article in the New York Times. He often comes across as a complete goofball, this article is no exception. But as always with Moodysson, when he finally gets down to the nitty-gritty, he always has a point.

His latest controversial film “A hole in my heart” has been labelled revolting. It may very well be. Moodysson comments about these reactions:

“But I do think it’s fascinating that people think it’s more offensive if a human being throws up than if someone is shot in the head with a pistol.”

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