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Based on the novel by Maria Gripe, this is the story of two children, Klas and Klara, growing up in the poor Swedish countryside of the mid-19th century. Their father Albert is a... See more »

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Flaxa Mildväder
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Albert
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Sofia
Oliver P. Peldius ...
Klas
Jasmine Heikura ...
Klara
Elin Klinga ...
The Empress
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The Emperor
Ann-Cathrin Palme ...
Nana
Måns Westfelt ...
Kusken
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Nana (voice)
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Kloka (voice)
Helge Jordal ...
Glasförsäljaren
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Dockförsäljerskan
Martin Lange ...
Betjänt
Peter Nystedt ...
Betjänt
Tord Andersén ...
Ringförsäljaren
Christian Birkeland ...
Grindpojke
Adam Grönros ...
Grindpojke
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Isabelle Hogeby ...
Girl in blue dress
Emmy Sundin ...
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Directed by

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Anders Grönros

Written by (WGA)

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Maria Gripe ... (novel)
 
Anders Grönros ... (writer)
 
Arthur Johansen ... (teleplay)

Produced by

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Anders Birkeland ... producer
Petter J. Borgli ... co-producer
Peter Aalbæk Jensen ... co-producer
Hans Lönnerheden ... post-production producer
Per Nielsen ... consulting producer

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Johan Söderqvist

Cinematography by

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Philip Øgaard

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Leon Flamholc
Anders Grönros
Carina Hellberg
Thomas Holéwa

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Ann Karin Aasgaard ... negative cutter
Jan Erik Nielsen ... color timer
Katarina Wiklund ... post-production assistant

Casting By

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Olle Westholm

Production Design by

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Jan Olof Ågren

Costume Design by

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Lotta Petersson

Makeup Department

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Lotta Petersson ... key makeup artist
Jessica Svensson ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Tony Krantz ... production manager
Kaska Krosny ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Tobias Falk ... second unit director
Mikael Lundberg ... assistant director

Art Department

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Per Alfredson ... property master
Gunilla Allard ... glass designer
Teddy Holm ... painter
Ingrid Juell-Moe ... textile designer
Anna Lerbom ... assistant property master
Jenny Malmsten ... painter
Love Malmsten ... construction manager
Doreen Möllerström ... property master
Britta Rehn ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Eddie Axberg ... sound
Carl Edström ... adr editor
Berndt Frithiof ... sound mixer
Thomas Holéwa ... sound
Lasse Liljeholm ... sound editor (as Lars Liljeholm)
Ulf Olausson ... foley artist
Willie Peterson-Berger ... third unit sound
Lasse Ulander ... sound editor

Special Effects by

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Martin Gant ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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David Wranding ... pre-animator
Robert Rhodin ... digital artist (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Anders Birkeland ... still photographer
Arne Carlsson ... grip: third unit
Knut Haraldsen ... gaffer
Lennart Hillman ... assistant grip: third unit
Viktor Jonsved ... video assistant
Hilde Malme ... first assistant camera
Joel Olsson ... second assistant camera
Håkan Persson ... first assistant camera: third unit
Örjan Sjöström ... grip: second unit
Jens Sjöwall ... electrician: third unit
Jørgen Stegard ... first assistant camera: second unit (as Jörgen Stegaard)

Casting Department

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Lisa André ... casting: children
Maggie Widstrand ... casting: children

Location Management

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Catharina Bragée ... location manager: third unit
Tobias Åström ... location manager: third unit

Other crew

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Katarina Bares ... bird wrangler
Ota Bares ... bird wrangler
Mathias Berggren ... public relations
Tony Krantz ... production assistant
Daniella Prah ... public relations
Ulf Roblin ... animal wrangler
Kerstin Sundberg ... script supervisor (as Kerstin H. Sundberg)
Ylva Swedenborg ... public relations
Stig Troedsson ... horse wrangler
Sven-Olov Tullberg ... animal wrangler (as Sven Tullberg)
Annika Östberg ... animal wrangler

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Plot Summary

Based on the novel by Maria Gripe, this is the story of two children, Klas and Klara, growing up in the poor Swedish countryside of the mid-19th century. Their father Albert is a glass-blower, famous for his beautiful vases, but still unable to earn enough money for his wife Sofia and the children. At a spring fair a distinguished gentleman arrives and buys all of Albert's glassware. After this nothing will be the same again. Klas and Klara are kidnapped and taken to a strange castle... Written by Fredrik Klasson

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Also Known As
  • Els fills del bufador de vidre (Spain, Catalan title)
  • Glassblåserens barn (Norway)
  • Dzieci szklarza (Poland)
  • Glaspusterens børn (Denmark)
  • Az üvegfúvó gyermekei (Hungary)
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  • 110 min
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Budget SEK28,000,000 (estimated)

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