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 »
Or shoulders a lot: she's 17 or 18, a student, works evenings at a restaurant, recycles cans and bottles for cash, and tries to keep her mother Ruthie from returning to streetwalking in Tel... See full summary »
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 »
The stationmaster is trying to prevent his station from being closed. The train isn't coming and he has to explain to the waiting trainpassengers why it's late, while other people is trying... See full summary »
The local authority wants to close down Roy and Roger's gas station and instead build a motorway where it is positioned. Roy and Roger try to stop it, of course. Will they succeed? Will ... See full summary »
A middle-aged simple man, Egil, becomes the victim of a candid-camera in Hacke Häger's television show 'Långa näsan'. But to Häger's surprise, Egil refuses to give them his permission to ... See full summary »
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 also can tell them what happened to them the day they were borned. The financial exper Benny Hörnsteen is also after Samuels money, and so is the clown Conny Corny and Lennart K. Brons too.How will this end? Written by
Per Bratt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The first visible screen in the movie contains the text: "This has happened: Moses has lead the children of Israel out of Egypt. Olof Skotkonung has been christened in Husaby Kalla. Gustav II Adolf has founded Gothemburg, women suffrage has been introduced and Swedish television has just dropped Varuhuset (1987)..." See more »
Claes Eriksson, who created this movie, has said that of all his movies, this was the one he wasn't satisfied with. And perhaps all the strange relationships between all the odd characters is a bit confusing, but all the funny names and jokes alone, makes the movie worth seeing. And I know something you don't know...
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