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- Official theatrical movie poster (#1 of 5) for Let the Right One In (2008). Directed by Tomas Alfredson. Starring Kåre Hedebrant, Lina Leandersson, Per Ragnar, Henrik Dahl
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Let the Right One In received widespread critical acclaim. The film has a 98% "Certified fresh" rating at Rotten Tomatoes based on 190 reviews, with an average rating of 8.29/10. The critical consensus reads, "Let the Right One In reinvigorates the seemingly tired vampire genre by effectively mixing scares with intelligent storytelling".
Let The Right One In Cast. Kare Hedebrant as Oskar. Lina Leandersson as Eli. Per Ragnar as Hakan. Henrik Dahl as Erik. Karin Bergquist as Yvonne. Peter Carlberg as Lacke. Ika Nord as Virginia.
"Let the Right One In" has a storyline which, although it reveals some secrets early on, is best left as a surprise. So this will necessarily be one of those rare reviews in which the less said about the plot the better. 12-year-olds Oskar (Kare Hedebrant) and Eli (Lina Leandersson) meet one snowy afternoon at a jungle gym in the courtyard of Oskar's housing complex outside Stockholm.
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Cold, washed-out settings, wry humor, and mythological elements make the Nordic approach to the horror genre particularly striking. Set in 1981 suburban Stockholm, Let the Right One In is a coming-of-age meets vampire movie about 12-year-old Oskar who meets Eli, his next-door neighbor who has been 12 for a very long time…
Nov 11, 2008 · "Let the Right One In" is a "vampire movie," but not even remotely what we mean by that term. It is deadly grim. It takes vampires as seriously as the versions of "Nosferatu" by Murnau and Herzog do, and that is very seriously indeed. It is also a painful portrayal of an urgent relationship between two 12-year-olds on the brink of adolescence.
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Oct 26, 2016 · Watch Let the Right One In through 10/1 on Tribeca Shortlist. The movie grabs at a horrifying aspect of adolescence that adults can only recognize in hindsight: that adolescence leads to adulthood ...
- TOMAS ALFREDSON WASN'T INTERESTED IN ADAPTING A BOOK.
- ALFREDSON WASN’T INTERESTED IN WATCHING OTHER HORROR FILMS. Before Let The Right One In, Alfredson was best known not for horror, but for comedy films and stage productions.
- IT TOOK NEARLY A YEAR TO FIND THE LEAD ACTORS. So much of Let The Right One In is carried by the characters of the boy Oskar and the vampire Eli, and even though one of them is a centuries-old vampire, they both still had to be played by children who somehow had great chemistry.
- THE KIDS WERE NEVER ALLOWED TO READ THE SCRIPT. For his own “artistic reasons,” and because professional child actors are not a concept in Sweden the way they are in America, Alfredson settled on a method of working with his two young stars that might seem unusual given how accustomed many moviegoers are to seeing children working in Hollywood.
Let the Right One In is a great Swedish movie. Let Me In is a great American movie. There are notable similarities and the spirit of Tomas Alfredson is present. But Let Me In puts the emotional pressure in different places and stands firmly on its own legs. Like the Swedish movie it made me cry, but not at the same points.