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Writers:
Alexander Skarsgård (writer)
Stig Dagerman (short story)
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On a sunny day, a man drives his car on a road as a little boy runs across it. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Valter Skarsgård ... The Child
Christer Fjällström ... Father
Evalena Ljung-Kjellberg ... Mother
Jonas Sjöqvist ... Man

Sofia Zouagui ... Woman

Stellan Skarsgård ... Narrator (voice)

Directed by
Björne Larson 
Alexander Skarsgård 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stig Dagerman  short story
Björne Larson  writer
Alexander Skarsgård  writer

Produced by
Anna Knochenhauer .... producer
 
Original Music by
Mario Adamson 
 
Cinematography by
John Christian Rosenlund 
 
Film Editing by
Kristin Grundström 
 
Production Design by
Aida Stålnacke 
 
Costume Design by
Aida Stålnacke 
 
Production Management
Martin Strömberg .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Mario Adamson .... sound editor
Mikael Frithiof .... voice recordist
Niclas Merits .... sound recordist
Gábor Pasztor .... sound mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Malin Carlsson .... second assistant camera
Lubbe Garell .... still photographer
Mats Högberg .... still photographer
Dag Korntorp .... gaffer
Daniel Wannberg .... first assistant camera
 
Editorial Department
Stefan Eriksson .... negative cutter
 
Other crew
Maria Ekelöf .... production coordinator
Martin Johansson .... production assistant
Anna Knochenhauer .... script supervisor
Sam Skarsgård .... production assistant
 

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Also Known As:
"To Kill a Child" - Europe (English title)
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8 min
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Narrator:The cheerful morning to an evil day.See more »
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Version of Att döda ett barn (1953)See more »

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Poetry does not always translate well into film, 20 December 2015
Author: Thomas (filmreviews@web.de) from Berlin, Germany

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

This is "Att döda ett barn" or "To kill a child", an 8-minute short film that is based on a 20-th century short story by Stig Dagerman. The 2 writers and directors are Björne Larson and Alexander Skarsgård. For the latter, who is a prominent actor, it was the first and so far (as of 2015) only filmmaking effort behind the camera. This was actually a whole Skarsgård family project here as father Stellan narrates the tale and son Valter (to Stellan) plays the main character. Unfortunately, for me the narration of the story never worked well together with what we saw in this brief movie. It was certainly a truly challenging task and thumbs up for giving it a try. I would not call it a failure, but it is also not a good film and definitely nowhere near as good as it could have been.

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