Based on a semi-autobiographical novel by Nobel Prize-winning novelist Eyvind Johnson, Here's Your Life tells the story of a working-class boy coming of age in rural Sweden during the first... See full summary »
DAY AND NIGHT is about people that love and want to be loved. It's the story of a father, his young son, his unfaithful wife, her secret lover, his young mistress, his lonely sister, his ... See full summary »
Stef and Agnes go to the same school but don't like each other at all. Agnes with probably the best grades in the whole city, and Stef a little more of a bad girl. When their parents start ... See full summary »
Fatou is desperate for love and affection, so she and her friend put out half naked pictures on the net, and meet older boys. The boys know how to take advantage of that, and then it goes awfully wrong.
Her parents dead, Tuva discovers that she is adopted, and she and her daughter begin trying to find their hidden roots. This leads back to the small town where she grew up, but it seems people are desperately trying to hide something...
The country estate of Rödbergshyttan is surrounded by heavily fragrant roses in every color. There lives the beautiful Gabriella, who Christer loves, and an invitation to their engagement ... See full summary »
"Små mirakel och stora" (All it takes is a miracle) tells the story of a man, Per (Peter Haber), that refused to deal with his past and chose instead a life as homeless. He looks like a dirty drunk, collecting cans as a living like many we see on this days in Stockholm station, always avoiding eye contact with the world around them, but he is in a way all together different. He's man with a tale pictured in his eyes, the kind of man people would feel comfortable to talk and share something with, and that's what stacks you: his nobility. When he unexpectedly inherits a large amount of money, he embarks on a journey to track down the people he let down 30 years before. Travelling through the sunny summer in Sweden with a teenage girl (Amanda Renberg) he meets some good Sweds that help him and in a way are helped in return. There are two topic moments in the film which, I'm sorry to say, fail to really touch the viewer just as they don't touch Per; I believe that a more dynamic character would have been better.
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