Yes having va to say about this then? The film is based on a true story where a bunch of transvestites and homosexuals stole TM (Thailendska championships) in volleyball.
The film is not particularly good shot, and even though it was recorded in 2000 so arises a sense of "Jonson League encounter Åsa Nisse" butt on the whole (with all that entails). Ribald banter has changed to "gay slapstick" with a lot of slapstick Submitted for the good sake.
I feel that the film would have been able to manage without these stereotypical jokes, that in itself becomes national champion in such a great sport like volleyball itself allows one to dispense with balls that explode or balancing on nätkanten. That they then cry over broken nails or because they do not get smikna it to the finals is it all just silly and plays again on stereotypes. They must have been practicing like idiots to go as far as they did and cancel a workout for a broken nail is not, no matter who they are or how they are laid, there's just not not if you want to win. What's funny is the reactions are not "fjollerierna" itself.
NA of the whole could be made so that the comedy considerably more dimmed, and thus actually like. It would be this great if someone who was homosexual gave their opinion on this roll, I feel ... disqualified for lack of a better word.