This farce cocerns Sweden's King Gustav (Per Oscarsson who plays all the lead roles). The royal monarchs of three major European countries are patiently or not-so-patiently hovering on the ... See full summary »
A film crew producing a rock music video decides to shoot at an abandoned factory above the snow line. When an avalanche strands them, a murderous family living in the factory attacks and kills many of them.
The music was made with a drumulator, two synthesizers and 4-track wheel to wheel recorder. It was composed produced and synced to the film as it was cut. The last pieces of music at the end of the movie was recorded at filmstaden Stockholm, in parallel with the final mixing of the soundtrack. See more »
Some of the supposedly Russian soldiers (who are not merely posing as Swedish soldiers) are equipped with Swedish military-issue submachine guns, model m/45 B, which have never been a part of Russian military equipment. See more »
According to the director this movie was popular in Asia. It is somewhat difficult to take these Mats Helge movies seriously since most of his films are shot on a very tight budget. Almost no USD at all. But it is fascinating to establish that Mats Helge eventually completes something which can be called an action movie. The Ninja Mission is - I think - the best one among all movies directed by him. Some special effects are quite enjoyable. This is not a "B" or "C" movie. It is a "Z" movie - but an enjoyable and fun "Z" movie!
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