Odd's odds is a tender story of the taste and flavour of rock bottom loneliness.
Odd's odds is a film that has come out of a long and enduring relationship. Having known Odd for 15+ years I felt he could tell me, and all of us, a tender story of the taste and flavour of rock bottom loneliness. I wanted to take the audience for a warm-hearted but disturbing tour of human despair, well hidden behind the facades of modern social democracy.
Somewhere in a state of loneliness sits a man typing a letter. Through the downscaled universe of a living room in a small house we encounter a man trapped in his destiny, which is unfamiliar and troubling for most of us. His company consist of a dog and a parrot - and music. The film follows Odd heartily and closely through a series of uneventful days, and the occasional trip to the closest town for some essential supplies.