The latest from Swedish master Roy Andersson is a characteristically deadpan series of existential sketches, all shot with painstaking minimalist precision. Building on the success of his acclaimed ‘living’ trilogy, About Endlessness retreats a little from the absurdist humour of its predecessors with brief snapshots of gentle warmth to temper the darker sequences. Scenes of a priest, tormented by dreams of his own crucifixion are interspersed with a spontaneous dance routine outside a cafe and a father stooping to tie his daughter’s shoelaces in the rain.