The world needs more movies like Fatso. Like a grown-up Angus, this flick tells the story of an overweight, sweet man facing the ultimate intimate struggle: finding someone that will agree to have sex with him. Luckily, the film itself isn’t occupied all that seriously with that goal, but treats sex and companionship with a mature (mixed with just enough muffled snickering) mind and a fantastic ear for comedy. Rino (Nils Jorgen Kaalstad) is a pervert. He has an overactive imagination, his best friend is a loud mouth jerk who looks like a pedophile, and he’s recently upgraded from a melon to a Fleshlight. In some regards, he’s vile and filthy, but with the finger being pointed sensually at Rino, three more are pointed back at the giant group of perverts watching him and his exploits on screen. His world changes (as they often do) when an incredibly cute young Swedish girl named Malin (Josefin Ljungman) moves in with him and introduces him to a world of partying and the joys/horrors of social interaction.