Let the Right One In Takes Top Honors at Tribeca Film Festival and is now an Award-winning movie in both the U.S. and Sweden! It is autumn when. So finster die Nacht ist der Titel eines Romans des schwedischen Autors John Ajvide Lindqvist. Dieser wurde in Schweden als Låt den rätte komma in veröffentlicht. unter dem Originaltitel Låt den rätte komma in (deutscher Titel So finster die Nacht, internationaler englischer Titel Let the Right One In) in die Kinos. The international bestseller and the book behind the film and play Let Me In The new Stephen King The Times Oskar and Eli. In very different ways, they were.
So finster die Nacht (Film)Der Film, dessen Name auf Morrisseys Lied Let the Right One Slip In zurückgeführt wird, wurde in Blackeberg, Boden, Bromma (Stockholm) und Luleå in. Nicht der vampirische Blutrausch, sondern eine vorsichtig aufblühende junge Liebe steht in LET THE RIGHT ONE IN im Mittelpunkt.Für viele hat der Schwede. Höre Let the Right One In kostenlos | Hörbuch von John Ajvide Lindqvist, gelesen von Steven Pacey | Jetzt GRATIS das Hörbuch herunterladen | Im.
Let The Right One In See a Problem? VideoBest Horror Scenes - Let the Right One In [HD] Let the Right One In is an incredibly dark book - there’s pedophilia, self-harm, child sexual No, it was that she might push him away.” John Avjide Lindqvist feels a little bit like the Swedish Stephen King.4/5. Let the Right One In is a vampire fiction novel by Swedish writer John Ajvide Lindqvist. The story centers on the relationship between a year-old boy, Oskar, and a centuries-old vampire child, Eli. It takes place in Blackeberg, a working-class suburb of Stockholm, in the early s. The book focuses on the darker side of humanity, dealing with thematically heavy issues such as existential anxiety, Author: John Ajvide Lindqvist. Let the Right One In (Original Swedish: Låt den rätte komma in), also known as Let Me In, is a vampire fiction novel by Swedish writer John Ajvide Lindqvist. Centering on the relationship between a year-old boy, Oskar, and a centuries-old vampire in the form of the child, Eli.
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Clear your history. Eli 1 episode, Jacob 1 episode, Lena 1 episode, Serrano 1 episode, Kyle 1 episode, Eli 12 yrs 1 episode, Felix 1 episode, Teenage Boy 1 episode, Matheus Volk 1 episode, Inspector Eriksson 1 episode, Special Agent Defoe 1 episode, Lukas 1 episode, Brunner 1 episode, Lopez 1 episode, Palmer 1 episode, The Swedish one is great--on it's own I would have loved it!
But, like all movies based on books--even excellent ones like this--it leaves far too much out.
Make sure to watch the right movie--AFTER reading the book! I'm still grieving my loss of Oskar and Eli Finally--the title is from a Morrisey song--as well as a quote at the beginning of this book It seems he's a huge fan I hope to find more excellent books by this author, now View all 24 comments.
For some reason, I thought this was a YA tale. Where the hell did I get that from? I purchased it anyway, about 2 years ago, but just haven't had the chance to read it yet.
Recently, I saw the audio available at my library, so I downloaded this bad boy and, wow-what fun! There are thousands of ratings and reviews on this book, plus there's a movie, so what more can I contribute to this conversation?
Not that much! I enjoyed the main characters, I enjoyed how the issues dealt with herein-bullying, For some reason, I thought this was a YA tale.
I enjoyed the main characters, I enjoyed how the issues dealt with herein-bullying, alcoholism, pedophilia were introduced and discussed, and I definitely enjoyed the ending!
There were a few weird side plots going on and it never became clear to me how they connected with the main one, but I ended up enjoying those too.
I would like to say that the narrator, Steven Pacey, was freaking AWESOME. He was immediately added to my favorite narrators list. Overall, this book was fun, it was definitely not YA and it dealt with the vampire issue, and other issues , in a realistic and interesting way.
Recommended for fans of vampire fiction! Feb 04, Sadie Hartmann rated it really liked it. No spoiler review. I have had this book on my shelf for a few years and I dubbed as the year I was going to check some boxes that needed to be checked.
So I bought this with huge anticipation and BIG expectations since everyone I respect as a horror reader has rated it stars. My first thoughts are on the writing.
For me, this is the first time a translate No spoiler review. For me, this is the first time a translated book stood out as being obviously translated from its original language.
I'm sure there was nothing lost in translation and the writing is fluid and beautiful-I can't quite put my finger on what it was that triggered it but once that switch was flipped, it stayed on-I was very aware of it, somehow.
Also, major props to Lindqvist for great character development-this is clearly his wheelhouse. Story-wise this is dark, dark, really dark subject matter.
At times, I felt like skimming or turning away because Lindqvist doesn't shy away from the graphic, obscene, uncomfortable details that I honestly, don't want to know.
And sometimes I questioned if certain things pedophilia was even necessary to the story. I mean, if in the sense it added to the creepiness, then YES-it certainly did but in the sense of adding to the story, I could easily do without it.
Just too much for me and also why I docked it a star I loved how this book stands totally alone in some ways-for being a part of vampire lore, it borrowed from some typical vampire-ish legends but it also took the genre and flipped it on its head-there is tons of originality here.
TONS The relationship between Eli and Oskar was my favorite part of this tale--also I really enjoyed reading about Virginia and her transformation-that will go down, easily, as the scariest, most realistic vampire transformation I've ever read.
The ending of this book was the best part, 1. Because it's perfect and 2. It's not a feel good story at all. But, this is a gold standard book for fans of horror and more specifically, fans of vampire lit.
If you haven't read it, add it to your short list. Now to watch the Swedish version of the movie! Dec 10, Em Lost In Books rated it really liked it Shelves: stand-alone-read , , br-with-smitha , translations , 4-star , Needless to say these vampires were good, sexy, killing evil and saving the damsel in distress.
Then three years back I read Fevre Dream , and that shattered the good image of vampires. Vampires were blood thirsty, scary, dangerous and murderers.
I liked this version more than the love sick one and now I prefer this version over the PNF. So I was happy when I finished reading the first vampire books that I read were from Twilight books and after that whatever I read of them, I read in PNF genre.
So I was happy when I finished reading this book as this is how one must write vampire books! Oskar is a 12 year old boy living in suburbs of Sweden.
He is bullied regularly by three of this classmates. Other students avoid him and he has no friends. He is alone and this loneliness fills him with plans of revenge.
He feels so much rage towards these other guys, he wants to kill them. His evenings are filled with adding newspaper cuttings of brutal murders to his scrapbook.
He wants to be a famous murderer. But none of these things happens because he met a girl named Eli.
Eli lives next door to him. There is something peculiar about Eli but soon they are friends. But there is someone who is killing people in his town.
For most part this book was unpredictable. What I expected never happened and all the time I was on edge because of the suspense.
There were other stories too in the book in addition to Oskar and Eli, and I kept thinking how author would converge these stories but he did a wonderful job with them in the end.
But there are few parts in the book that were not very good and made the book dull. Also there were few things that author left unexplained. This book is creepy and scary.
This book has vampires, pedophiles, drug addiction, alcoholism, dark rooms, violence, murders and abuse. But this book also has friendship, innocence, tenderness, trust, truth, care, concern and love.
Highly recommended. View all 16 comments. This book! Such a thrilling, keeping-you-hooked type of story! Thank you, Kavita, for recommending your version of recommending anyway :-P this book to me.
This is such a marvellous piece of writing. The words, the story, the characters I feel soaked, coated with the amazingness of this work by the author.
I feel like if I ever meet the honourable person, I would just bow down in sheer awe The secondary characters and there was a spotlight on a squirrel of all things for a short time Wow!
The secondary characters and there was a spotlight on a squirrel of all things for a short time, too were so well described and portrayed that I knew them as well as I knew the main characters Eli and Oskar.
And what a number of secondary characters and POVs. You saw this world from every angle imaginable, every event recounted, as many interpretations as could be given.
And without any interruptions to the overall flow of story that you could have perceived because of all the jumping into the different minds. That was one woman that would make your eyes bulge out at her courage and grit and her determination to see her decision out, no matter how chillingly hard it is.
That woman is my favorite secondary character from this book. This is one piece of work that handles so many threads of thoughts at once and that too so beautifully that you feel this not-to-be-curbed desire to just meet the author once and know that they are real and this is not the work of some not-so-real person.
I loved Eli and Oskar, the secondary characters, the numerous shocks that hit us from out of the blue with no warning whatsover as to what could happen next.
This is not a classic book. This book is a world of its own. The ending in particular was absolutely amazing and adrenalin-inducing that I just had to end it or feel as if I was being punished by an unseen force Ohhhh, the rush I got and am still floating on View all 5 comments.
Jun 01, Graeme Rodaughan rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Pretty much no one. Shelves: horror , vampires , re-read. Like wrapping a blood-drenched knife in cotton wool, this is a five star novella wrapped in a 2 star novel.
There's just way too much unnecessary fluff. On re-read with the fine folk over at Horror Aficionados it has become clear to me that this is an extremely flawed book.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Voted movie of the year by Empire magazine the first time a foreign language film topped their list since City of God in Goofs at around 29 mins When Oskar finds and inspects the solved Rubik's cube, the camera cuts to a sleeping Eli who is clearly dressed in clothes she won't get until much later in the movie at around 1h 30 mins , when she picks it from Oskar's mother's closet.
Quotes [ first lines ] Oskar : Squeal like a pig. So, squeal. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Frequently Asked Questions Q: What are the differences between the movie and the book?
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London Film Critics' Circle Foreign Language Film of the Year. Throughout the book their relationship gradually becomes closer, and they reveal more of themselves, including fragments of Eli's human life.
Among the details revealed is that Eli is a boy named Elias who was castrated when she was turned into a vampire over years ago.
However, she dresses in female clothing and is perceived by outsiders as a young girl. Eli gives him money for doing this. Just before capture, however, he intentionally disfigures himself with acid so that the police will not be able to trace Eli through him.
Despite this, he reanimates as a mindless vampire driven only by his desire for Eli. Meanwhile, Blackeberg local alcoholic Lacke suspects a child is responsible for the murder of his best friend, Jocke whom Eli has killed for blood.
Later, Lacke witnesses Eli attack on his sometime-girlfriend, Virginia. She attempts to drink her blood, but is fought off by Lacke. Virginia survives, but starts turning into a vampire.
She does not realize her "infection" until she tries to prolong her life by drinking her own blood, and finds that exposure to the sun causes boils on her skin.
Upon being hospitalized, Virginia realizes what she has turned into and kills herself in her bed by deliberately exposing herself to daylight.
Lacke, while attempting to avenge Virginia, is thwarted by Oskar and Eli. Oskar eventually fights back and injures his tormentor, Jonny, for which the boy's older brother Jimmy hunts down and attempts to hurt Oskar in retaliation.
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All Critics Top Critics 56 Fresh Rotten 4. Annalee Schafranek. Carina Chocano. Bruce Diones. Laura Kern. Lovelier than most bloodsucker flicks, but it doesn't quite transcend its well-chewed genre.
Mark Jenkins. Calling to mind the work of Anne Rice and Stephen King, atmospheric adaptation of Swedish author John Ajvide Lindqvist's bestseller is well directed by his countryman Tomas Alfredson.
Alissa Simon. Production values are pretty good: everything looks believably "eighties", the snowscapes of Sweden look mighty fine and everything is underscored by a suitably moody soundtrack.
Ard Vijn. Beautifully made and exquisitely realised by all involved, this is a remarkable movie that redefines horror film-making and deserves to reach as wide an audience as possible.
Nikki Baughan. This is not your typical blood-and-guts horror film Despite Eli's vampirism, this relationship feels realistic. David Harris. A beautiful, enchanting gothic fable that is at once strangely charming and unabashedly macabre.
Matthew Lucas. A tale of how damaged people forge connections, how they learn to survive and, ultimately, where they find genuine love. At Oskar's age, every girl, vampire or not, knew something we didn't.
And it was terrifying. Somehow, Let the Right One In pulls this off without copping out on creating a genuinely scary horror movie.