A woman is murdered and a little girl is the only one who can reveal the perpetrator.





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Complete credited cast:
Herman Ahlsell ...
Bertil Strand
Inger Juel ...
Ulla Brantman
Bengt Blomgren ...
Åke Tomasson
Ulla Holmberg ...
Anna-Greta Tomasson
Birgitta Valberg ...
Irma Strand
Guje Lagerwall ...
Margit Färlind
Hanny Schedin ...
Mrs. Bergström
Birger Lensander ...
Brita Öberg ...
Helen's grandmother (as Britta Öberg)
Sven Melin ...
Constable Borgsjö
Gun Andersson ...
Leo Myhrán ...
Acke (sailor)
Sten Ardenstam ...
Criminal Insp. Egger (as Sture Ardenstam)
Lena Nyman ...
Helen Tomasson


Åke is married and has a daughter of 11 years. He has a relationship with Ulla, who lives in the same house. Previously, Ulla had a love affair with Bertil, who lives and works on the same street. He spies jealously on Ulla and then discovers her relationship with Åke. One Saturday night Ulla is found dead by her landlady. Åke's little daughter has witnessed who visited Ulla that evening. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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24 October 1955 (Sweden)  »

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A murder, frustrated love, jealousy, a bicycle ...
8 March 2016 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

An unusually dense and exciting Swedish thriller. The director Håkan Bergström succeeds very well in his feature film debut. A low-budget production. He uses the city of Stockholm in an aesthetically refreshing way. The old worn neighborhood versus the modern suburb. The subway. Generations. He portrays his film through relationships, where we get to know a large number of interesting and believable characters. A fine ensemble of actors. No stars that take up space unnecessarily. And Lena Nyman 11 years young. She pushes the plot forward with her energy and absolute credibility. Bengt Blomgren makes a memorable effort as the frustrated and browbeaten husband. Inger Juel as his mistress is brilliant. And Herman Ahlsell as the violated and bipolar bicycle dealer. Norma Sjöholm compliment a scene in the film. But a big minus for the depiction and portrayal of the police. It belongs in another time and film.

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