Britt is angry. She’s angry because she isn’t living a different life. And she’s angry because she doesn’t want to live a different life. She’s just yelled at her daughter, her husband and all their friends. Which deep down are really his friends. And it felt good. The only thing she regrets is that she didn't do it much, much sooner.
Nico, on the surface, seems to be the opposite of Britt. Not angry. Not worn down by commitments. Not established. No husband, no family. Despite this, she is loving Britt’s anger.
Damn, Damn, Damn is about the expectations a woman can allow herself to have for her own life, and the limitations for the same thing, which are still deeply interwoven into our culture. Being angry is much overdue. So is tearing things down. And building new things.
«Great content. Well-written. Funny. Relatable. Spot on about contemporary issues. Oh yes, Linn Strømsborg delivers.»
ADRESSEAVISEN, five/six stars
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