Erik has to return to the rural village where he grew up, when he is told that his younger sister Sussie has disappeared without a trace. On returning, Erik gets mixed up in a quirky story including stolen money, drugs and a local policeman who prefers to look the other way. Written by
Did You Know?
Some scenes were taken from director Ulf Malmros
' own youth. One is where Erik decides to move to Stockholm because of the film company has forgotten to send the last act of Pulp Fiction
(1994) to the local theatre. In real life it was _E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)_ and the projectionist came down and told the ending of the movie. See more
I promise there is absolutely no risk in stealing stolen money.
References Apocalypse Now
Billy The Coach
Performed by Leif Karate See more