After a fight, Simon thinks he has killed a man and seek refuge in a religious sect. Saved he discovers that he can heal the sick and disabled. The powers of Simon spread quickly and the sect's leaders exploit the situation.

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Simon Angus
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Rut Persson
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Reverend Rickman
Einar Axelsson ...
Persson
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Lund
Marianne Löfgren ...
Mrs. Spalding
Sven-Eric Gamble ...
Herbert
Willy Peters ...
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Ulla Sjöblom ...
Sick Girl
Carl Ström ...
Mattsson
Märta Dorff ...
Simon's Mother
Olof Sandborg ...
Deaf Rock Blaster
Olle Hilding ...
Believer
Märta Arbin ...
Believer's Wife
David Erikson ...
Member of Elder's Council

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After a fight, Simon thinks he has killed a man and seek refuge in a religious sect. Saved he discovers that he can heal the sick and disabled. The powers of Simon spread quickly and the sect's leaders exploit the situation.

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15 November 1954 (Sweden)  »

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Simon the Sinner  »

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one of the best Swedish films ever

I only put in this comment, since nobody else has bothered to and I think it's a shame. This is a film in the same vein as "Elmer Gantry" or "The Miracle Woman". It's as revealing as those two but it has an added punch to it with Stig Järrel delivering one more of his more or less diabolical performances. Just as with the other films there is a presentation of good and bad religion. This film is probably the best film Gunnar Hellström ever did and certainly the most touching one. It really deserves to be out on DVD. There is some brief scene of nudity, which was very unusual for the times when it premiered, especially since the woman in it is so beautiful. Don't see it only because of that though - you will be disappointed if you do.


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