The weaponfactory in Rotum is selling weapons illegal, a person called 'Leif' writes in the local newspaper. He must be stopped, even if what he has written happens to be true. Gunnar Volt ... See full summary »
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Samuel Plottner is a stockdealer who only wants to get richer, but suddenly things starts to get complicated: His sons meets their longlost mother which not only is after Samuels money, but... See full summary »
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The weaponfactory in Rotum is selling weapons illegal, a person called 'Leif' writes in the local newspaper. He must be stopped, even if what he has written happens to be true. Gunnar Volt and some of the other workers at the factory sets out to catch him. Written by
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Rotum (the town where the movie takes place) is "bribes" spelled backwards in Swedish. Writer Claes Eriksson claims he didn't notice this until filming began, though the movie is on a related topic. See more »
Man ska inte slå ihjäl folk, man ska slå ihjäl deras tid.
["You shouldn't kill people, you should kill their time."]
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In the credits the text 'Every similarity to reality in this movie is much larger than it should be.' is shown. See more »
'Leif' is clearly Galenskaparna & After Shave's best feature film, followed by 'Macken'. Leif is one of my favourite Swedish comedies of all time. It's Claes Eriksson's debut as a feature film director, as well as it's the group's first film, so there's a bit of 'pioneer feeling' to it. I really recommend it, it's a funny film.
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