Bjørnar, Leif Ketil and Torleif are on a boy’s trip to Scotland. They’re there to celebrate Torleif’s 50th birthday. But suddenly Torleif appears to faint and ends up in a coma after a massive heart attack. Left behind are the seaman Leif Ketil and the organizational psychologist Bjørnar. Together they are going to have to look after Torleif in a coma – and not to mention having to spend the days together.
Glasgow Kiss is a kind of reverse class journey which deals with having respect and openness towards different class cultures and methods of communication. The author Ræstad focuses on addressing one’s own prejudices, especially when you’re placed in a situation with someone who has completely different references and background from yourself. He depicts the situation with great wit and a humorous glance.
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