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The 100-year-old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared

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Film tells Allan Karlsson, a famous explosives expert, is retiring. There is a birthday party which is held to celebrate his 100 years old. But he is not interested in snacks, champagne, he quietly climbs out the window and disappears. He pulls a huge suitcase on the road without knowing that he is holding a money suitcase of drug smugglers. The memories of a glorious return with the making of explosives, the pride that he had dinner with President Harry S. Truman, met Prime Minister Winston Churchill ... And so he goes until the drug smugglers chase up.
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eFilmCritic.com
It sets itself up as satire but then has nothing much to say.
July 14, 2015
Washington Post
Herngren's hyper-plotty story goes from testing credulity to utterly insulting it, as incident piles on to incident in an ever-escalating cascade of you-won't-believe-what-happens-nexts.
May 21, 2015
Boston Globe
It's never explained what Allan's mental state is, other than lovable geriatric rascal-itis, an irritating trope that hardly constitutes a certifiable condition.
June 25, 2015