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Known in English as Let The Right One In, Tomas Alfredson's coming-of-age vampire drama is one of [[Mark Kermode]]'s [[Kermodian Rhapsody|very favourite films]] of recent years. Although it is more usually referred to in its English title, the film's remaking into 2011's Let Me In triggered a lengthy rant about Hollywood [[remade in American|remaking already magnificent films in American]] - and ruining them by doing so - so [[Witterpedia]] celebrates this by giving the film the full [[Swedish Chef|Swedish]].
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"It left me breathless" - ''Mark Kermode, BBC Radio 5 Live''
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Known in English as Let The Right One In, Tomas Alfredson's coming-of-age vampire drama is one of [[Mark Kermode]]'s [[Kermodian Rhapsody|very favourite films]] of recent years. Having championed it through the year all through 2008 until its eventual release in May 2009, Mark was actually off on the week of release, and it was [[David Morrissey]] who ended up putting in a good word for it, saying it was his film of the year so far.
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Although it is more usually referred to in its English title, the film's remaking into 2011's Let Me In triggered a lengthy rant about Hollywood [[remade in American|remaking already magnificent films in American]] - and ruining them by doing so - so [[Witterpedia]] celebrates this by giving the film the full [[Swedish Chef|Swedish]].
  
 
According to Mark, there was nearly a riot at the Sitges Film Festival when [[Boxing Helena|Jennifer Lynch]]'s Surveillance won the main prize rather than this.
 
According to Mark, there was nearly a riot at the Sitges Film Festival when [[Boxing Helena|Jennifer Lynch]]'s Surveillance won the main prize rather than this.

Revision as of 09:25, 2 January 2018

"It left me breathless" - Mark Kermode, BBC Radio 5 Live

Known in English as Let The Right One In, Tomas Alfredson's coming-of-age vampire drama is one of Mark Kermode's very favourite films of recent years. Having championed it through the year all through 2008 until its eventual release in May 2009, Mark was actually off on the week of release, and it was David Morrissey who ended up putting in a good word for it, saying it was his film of the year so far.

Although it is more usually referred to in its English title, the film's remaking into 2011's Let Me In triggered a lengthy rant about Hollywood remaking already magnificent films in American - and ruining them by doing so - so Witterpedia celebrates this by giving the film the full Swedish.

According to Mark, there was nearly a riot at the Sitges Film Festival when Jennifer Lynch's Surveillance won the main prize rather than this.