Harry Friberg has received a photo assignment at Lindarängen's Flyghamn in Stockholm. The assignment turns into a nightmare when the photographer is invited to a crayfish party by the company's director.
The year is 1943. A journalist goes on vacation to the rugged wilderness near the Norwegian border. He has borrowed a friends cottage. One day while he runs in the forest, he stumbles upon a deserted house. Near the house he finds a dead man. 5 minutes later the man is gone and a girl is there instead. She says he must have been dreaming. Shortly afterwards everything is blacked-out. He awakes at his cottage and wonder if he dreamed. He asks local people about the house, but it does not exist on any map, and nobody has heard about it. But he knows it is not a dream, because he had picked a slip of paper from the dead man. When he returns to Stockholm, World War II is in full charge. Berlin has been bombed. Arriving home he gets a gun pointed to his head, somebody demands the paper slip. Suddenly he finds himself in the middle of World War II....
I remember this film very well after 20 years. Based on Stieg Trenter's novel by the same name, it had good atmosphere and lot's of suspenseful moments.
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