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SOPOR which in Swedish means the equivalent to trash, is a Monty
Pythonesque comedy about a day when all children one morning
disappears, before the grown ups realize that the children has taken
control over society, and takes the Swedish royal family hostage, and
at a press conference explaining that SOPOR stands for "Sveriges
Onödigforklarades protest organization" which means Swedens unnecessary
peoples protest organization" - about giving every person a meaning.
The film is one of the last feature comedies by the popular comedian Tage Danielson, released four years before he died.
The film is a comedy which really takes the modern society up to discussion. A society where the grown ups are controlling everything, and where children and youngsters are obsolete hostages by grown ups, which from the children's point of view takes many bad decisions.
In a way you could also say this film defines criticism of modern socialism and Nordic social democracy, and even to the royal family. A society with no child work and no other demand than going to school.
I found the film both interesting and entertaining, and for fans of crazy comedies in Monty Python style and the likes, this film is very recommended.
I don´r really know how many times i have seen this movie but i can tell you that i like it more and more fore every time i see it. It´s a really good story and it´s a really true story to... I mean it could happen. I don´t think it will but it something to think about. Don´t you think??
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