Torka aldrig tårar utan handskar english subtitles
Kärleken (Torka aldrig tårar utan handskar, #1) by Jonas GardellThey continue to walk. Hand in hand. Its snowing.
They dont know where theyre walking, or where theyre headed.
But right now it doesnt matter.
Because every step they take in any direction is a first step in a new direction.
Its snowing and snowing over Stockholm.
When I was trying to find my favourite quote in this book, I realised that I hadnt marked any passages except for a paragraph at the beginning of the book, where the reasons and motivations for the book are discussed. This is a story about things that happened. People who existed. Lives that ended and tears that were shed.
This is a masterfully told story about religion, identity, friendship, love, sex, shame, about so many things. Its so relevant and speaks freely and directly about the lives of the characters using beautiful and poetic language. It might sound odd to describe the style as both direct and poetic, as those two are rarely thought of as connected. But in this text its the simply stated truth that is the most poetic. The narrative steps carefully, respectfully through the lives of the people it tells of. It speaks beautifully about ugly things. Terrible opinions, awful conduct, painful situations and abused feelings. Ruinous attitudes that made my stomach turn.
This book demonstrates the importance of reading. To experience life from other perspectives, through someone elses eyes and hopefully learn from it. To expand our knowledge and the capacity of our hearts, in order to be more understanding of the world.
I didnt mark any other passages in this book than that one paragraph, because it was too hard to pick out certain sentences that felt more relevant than others. This story in its entirety is beautiful, heart-breaking and important. Everyone should read it.
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Torka aldrig tårar utan handskar
This isn't much about movies as it's about a director and his movies. The director is Ingmar Bergman. His films are artistic and intellectual, so if you're into those kinds of movies they're fantastic. My favorite from his is The Seventh Seal. It's based in Medieval Sweden during the black plague. It's fantastic and many of his other films are too. Bergman's films are in Swedish with English subtitles.
Sign in. Funerals of lost friends. In one scene, Rasmus fears for his life. Later, his parents come to his hospital bedside. Finally, the older Benjamin visits Rasmus's grave for the first time. Rasmus, 19, leaves his home town and family for Stockholm, where he soon joins in the gay nightlife.
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It is based on the Swedish novelist Jonas Gardell 's trilogy with the same name, with each episode covering one of the three novels that are subtitled Love , Disease and Death. The three-part drama was produced by Sveriges Television ,  and aired the first time on SVT1 on 8, 15 and 22 October As soon as he arrives in Stockholm he begins to seek out the gay community, where he meets and befriends Paul Simon J. At a Christmas dinner party in Paul's apartment he eventually meets Benjamin Adam Lundgren , a young man who is struggling to come to terms with his homosexuality and faith as a Jehovah's Witness. Interspersed with the main narrative, there are scenes of Rasmus as a child and the dying Rasmus. An early scene in the episode shows two nurses dressed in heavy-duty bio-protective clothing in the early s caring for Reine Kristoffer Berglund ; suffering from AIDS. As the nurses tend the pained man, one nurse wipes a tear from his eye, which leads to the second nurse rebuking her afterwards with the sentence that is the title of the series: "Don't ever wipe tears without gloves", reflecting the fear surrounding AIDS at the time.
The series aired in the fall of and the books were published between and Set in Stockholm in the s the series depicts the gay culture of Sweden, the spread of HIV and AIDS and above all the fear and the prejudice that came with the disease. It is narrated by Benjamin, a Jehovah's Witness who is invited to a Christmas party by Paul, a flamboyant homosexual man with a habit of taking young, insecure gay men under his wing. At the party Benjamin meets Rasmus, a young man from the small community of Koppom who moved to Stockholm to be able to explore his sexuality. Benjamin and Rasmus fall in love and begin to build a life together, facing problems such as prejudice and Benjamin not wanting to tell his parents that he is gay, but for the most part having a happy life and a great love. The series is based on real people and real experiences of Jonas Gardell, himself a gay man who was around the same age as Benjamin and Rasmus in the eighties.
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