Hypochondriac Lasse can and does pull the girls with no trouble, although for a short while this causes a real and painful health problem. Meeting Lena while delivering papers - the nearest... See full summary »
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1944. Cederqvist comes to a small cloth factory to see how the all-women staff can work more efficiently. When first arriving he is greeted with suspicion and his efforts at courting the ... See full summary »
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Life wonderfully described as a football match; ups and downs, disallowed goals, penalties and so on. Everything is accompanied with the ever changing pop music and the song "Bye, bye love"... See full summary »
Movie detailing ABBA's mega-successful tour of Australia during mid-1977. While it mostly contains back-stage footage and as well as ABBA's famous songs such as "Dancing Queen", "Tiger", "Name Of The Game" and "Eagle" among others sung filmed during their concerts in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide, it has the sub-plot of young country and western radio disc-jockey, Ashley, whose boss orders him to have a deep interview with ABBA and the problems he has trying to reach them as he forgets his press pass and ABBA's main bodyguard, (Tom Oliver) is determined to stop him... Written by
Lee Horton <Leeh@tcp.co.uk>
Shooting for this concert movie was done at every leg of ABBA's 1977 Australian tour and included all their concerts in the five major capital cities: Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. See more »
[everyone is looking through concert reviews the next morning]
"Agnetha's Bottom Tops...
[covering the word "Dull" with his thumb]
Oh, my God... don't they have bottoms in Australia?
[reading from the article]
"A middle-aged man beside me said, with feeling, 'It's *really* something worth seeing!'"
Hey, at least I did *something* for the show, didn't I!
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I saw this movie on Oprah Winfrey's Oxygen Network (thanks Oprah!). I had heard of it. I'm an ABBA fan. I love their music. I think Agnetha and Frida are two of the best singers I've ever heard. They're also very beautiful. Watching this movie is like being in a time machine. It brings back all of the memories of that time, you know, when music was still worth listening to. I wish someone would put this movie on DVD. The disc jockey stuff isn't bad. As a matter of fact it's kind of cool. He has a dream sequence that's interesting with Agnetha and Frida. Well anyway, I never got to see ABBA in concert so I'll really enjoyed this movie! I give it the highest rating possible. But then again, I'm a music nut!
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