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Kurt Olsson - filmen om mitt liv som mej själv (1990)

Kurt is born in Gothenburg in 1945. His mother is a timid housewife, his father a loud-mouthed tram driver. Already from an early age, Kurt has an ability to make a mess of everything he ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lars Brandeby ...
Kurt Olsson / Olle Olsson
Anki Rahlskog ...
Gudrun / Asta Olsson
Ulla Skoog ...
Gun
Hans Wiktorsson ...
Arne Nyström / Einar Nyström
Joel Cederholm ...
Tobias Olofsson ...
Ellenor Svensson ...
Gudrun. 7-8 years
Puck Ahlsell ...
Tram Driver
Bernt Andersson
Kent Andersson ...
Kurt, Gun's Father
Arne Augustsson ...
Talkative Old Man in Warehouse
Unni Brandeby ...
Berit, Gun's Sister
Else-Marie Brandt ...
80-year Old Lady
Percy Brandt ...
80-year Old Man
Leo Cullborg ...
Headmaster
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Kurt is born in Gothenburg in 1945. His mother is a timid housewife, his father a loud-mouthed tram driver. Already from an early age, Kurt has an ability to make a mess of everything he does. He is secretly in love with a girl in his school, Gudrun, but has to do with the less attractive Gun. Written by Mattias Thuresson

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9 February 1990 (Sweden)  »

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Kurt Olsson - The Film About My Life as Myself  »

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This movie refers to the series with Kurt Olsson, and it couldn't have been done better.
24 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

Simple one of the best Swedish comedy's ever made. Many grate performances, especially from Lasse Brandeby. As Kurt olsson he is nonchalant, arrogant, have class and dignity, and make all one-liners superb. Lasse Brandeby even plays the role as Kurts father, Olle. It's quit comical to see this two characters arguing to each other, with in mind that the two of them are played by the same person. In small roll we have the grate actor Per Oscarsson. As Gun we can see the hilarious Ulla Skog. This movie refers to the series with Kurt Olsson, and it couldn't have been done better.


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