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The Soccer Nanny (2011)

Au Pair, Kansas (original title)
A dramedy about a recently widowed woman, living on a buffalo ranch in central Kansas, who hires a Norwegian soccer player to be a male au pair and help her raise two sons.

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Oddmund Lindeflaten
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Atticus Hazelton
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Beau Hazelton
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Sara
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A dramedy about a recently widowed woman, living on a buffalo ranch in central Kansas, who hires a Norwegian soccer player to be a male au pair and help her raise two sons.

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The Lindsborg Swedish Folk Dancers featured in the film is comprised of members from Lindsborg and the surrounding area. The ages of these members ranges from 14-87. See more »

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A Scandinavian delight!
23 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie at the Temecula Valley International Film Festival in Southern California and think it would do great at the major film festivals. I enjoyed this humorous look at a Midwestern town that has a mostly Scandinavian heritage. The interplay between a freshly arrived Norwegian and the Swedish Americans of the town of Lindsborg, Kansas was thoroughly entertaining. I thought all parts were well acted, particularly Traci Lords. The dynamics of a family coming to grips with the loss of the father was heart felt and emotional. What made the film extra special to me was all the details in the dialog and background concerning Nordic culture as well as a story well told of dealing with grief and moving on. The movie does cover some serious issues so I recommend it for mature audiences.


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