The third film in the triology by Roy Andersson, APSOABROE is maybe the darkest and most enigmatic. What is it about? Uhm.. The broken dream of Scandinavia? There's less of a story here than in Songs from the Second Floor, which is still his masterpiece. The closest we get to main characters is a pair of novelty salesmen who keep turning up. As usual with Andersson each scene is one long take filmed with a static camera. There is one particulary long and complicated scene that involves horses and soldiers marching. You almost wish there would be a number in the corner of the screen at the end of each scene, showing how many takes it took to get it right.