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That's not me an connoisseur of cinema, connoisseur of Danish cinema or the work of a certain director. Therefore, phrases like'because of this director, this film is a step forward in comparison to ...' is definately not here. Yes, and I watch dramas every now and then - I in most cases have dramas evoke a sense of some type of melancholy and hopelessness, so I am a mass spectator, so to speak - I like comedies and action films with fantasy. Well, I do not disdain everyone there too. And it was just a really viewer and it had been THIS film that taught me to write a review. Why? I watched Druk (2020) on tv shows blog free online without registration.To tell the truth: I decided to enjoy this film solely focusing around the words'comedy'while in the genre and'alcohol'while in the description in the film, expecting something such as a European variation on the theme of'Bachelor Party in Vegas'as well similar. How wrong I had been! You cannot find any comedy here at all. Alcohol, certainly, is there, however it's not so a very good determining aspect in the film it can sometimes replaced by another trusted means - from meditation to antidepressants.There isn't a reason for retelling the plot - in every single first review it is definitely there. I most certainly will just point out that literally from the initial minutes of the film, seeing the hero Mads Mikkelsen bored everywhere - from work to private life - you begin to determine others in him, and then yourself. You start out to make note of how, in the same manner, in boredom and melancholy you spend monotonous days, devoid of time, and even hesitant to have plenty of time to talk with your partner and youngsters, carrying out work without the slightest enthusiasm, with an ordinary look.Surprisingly, the film touches those strings which have been involuntarily exposed by everyone by age of 40 - this is the routine of every day life along with the bitterness of your departed youth and the concern with professional burnout, incompetence, and finally fears of personal life - some have parting, some have timidity, some have routines. ...Damn, they can managed to shove the dog in to the film so that you commence to empathize having its owner! Concurrently, the whole film will not press on pity by any means - you cannot feel pity with the characters, you recently understand everyone somewhere in something.I don't know, maybe all Danish dramas are similar to that, but right at the end, feeling the genuine catharsis of your protagonist, I sobbed (and I'm already, for a second, by 40).Normally, I am deeply convinced that each 35+ should watch this absolutely unambiguously. It isn't really about alcohol or problems. It's about life.PS: After watching one question - why such a motion picture just isn't filmed within our country? You don't see any Hollywood budgets inside film, no crazy scenery - no, filmed - almost on the phone with hands, well, there may be alcohol near your vicinity ...10 of 10