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Eva Rexed ...
Sanna
Cilla Jelf ...
Jessica
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Jon
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Kristina
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Ahlbäck
Tanja Ellgård ...
Clara
Lena Granhagen ...
Fru Ahlbäck
Anders Ahlbom ...
Dennis (as Anders Ahlbom Rosendahl)
Freddie Wadling ...
Sannas pappa
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Överläkare Friis
Lasse Pettersson ...
Tore Åkerlund (as Lars Pettersson)
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Ingemar
Raymond Nederström ...
Lars Blürke
Björn Åkesson ...
Fru Ahlbäcks bror
Irma Jämhammar ...
Städerska
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Sanna has broken up with her boyfriend Jon. Because her father is in the hospital, she moved into her father's apartment. In his dresser drawer, she finds clipped obituaries of his colleagues, who all seem to have died prematurely. Sanna crosses one border after another, approaching a total collapse of her obsession with truth. In the end, she takes the law into her own hands. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Hey, a radical Swedish movie!
1 October 2005 | by (Stockholm, Sweden) – See all my reviews

This is political in a leftish way. You haven't seen much about that in this country since the 70s and that decade made these kind of movies discredited here. But personally I welcome this return. If it is done in such an intelligent way as it is here.

It's about the girl who has her father dying in a hospital. She gets more and more aware of that his illness is caused by his work in a factory. Many of his fellow workers have also died and the girl starts to investigate. She takes action against the managing director and more details are not to be mentioned here.

You can feel the anger, but it's not an anger in black and white and Eva Rexed as the girl gives a fine performance and so does also Freddie Wadling and Björn Gustafson. There won't be any academy awards for this one, but it's well worth seeing. Just for its attitude.


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