This subtle yet deeply critical <I>cinema direct</I> documentary from Swedish <I>enfant terrible</I> Måns Månsson provides candid glimpses of Anders Björck, the Swedish Minister of Defense. Without commenting directly on the proceedings (the black-and-white film omits a narrator and interviews) Månsson suggests that Björck's 400-year-old position is an empty-headed and meaningless one, consisting as it does of sitting around a huge desk, having lunch with the crème-de-la crème, and cutting ribbons at ceremonies. Most troublingly, as Månsson reminds his audience, the job continues to eat up vast amounts of money from ordinary taxpayers - and to what end?
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