10 Items Or Less (4/5)

Quite long since my last film suggestion I figured, so I decided to upload this one right now. I saw 10 Items or Less during a visit at my grandmother’s house (which I will write about shortly), and had no clues whatsoever of what it was about, as usual…A quite enjoyable night, it was.

Morgan Freeman plays himself (although we actually never get to hear his name during the film). He has been inactive for four years, but has some kind of upcoming project taking form in his head. Paz Vega takes part as the Spanish girl Scarlet.  She is hard-working and talented, but stuck at the 10-items-or-less lane. She hates her work and is applying for a job at another company. They randomly meet when the Actor notices Scarlet and is impressed by her way of working.

10 Items or Less is definitely worth a watch (well, first off I would not suggest the film if it was not worth watching). There is no real plot except some weird occurrences during a set of days, with the camera following the two main characters which would both be plain tragic if separated, but are hilarious together! I feel the film is too short, and it would still be enjoyable if at least 10 or 20 more minutes were added. The film really made me glad, partially thanks to the acting. At once my problems and everyday conflicts were washed away with the catching dialogue and the weird characters.  4/5!

One of the best scenes.

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2 Responses to “10 Items Or Less (4/5)”

  1. Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck gå och slicka på ditt bajs!

    • men jag bajsade ut dig ju…kommer du inte ihåg på msn? Och sen krälade du ju in i min mun och eftersom du då blivit mitt bajs som sagt så har jag ju redan slickat det 🙂

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