A policeman from Stockholm comes up to Norrland in Sweden to join his brother, now that their parents are dead. While there he starts to work on a long-running case where deer have been ... See full summary »
Elisabeth and Grudren are two Swedish divorcées, both over 40, who meet when Elisabeth parks her car on a loading zone and is ticketed by Gudrun. Depspite this shaky start, a friendship ... See full summary »
Some men infiltrates the retired chief engineer Arthur Jönsson's home. They look through the residence for a few drawings. Some time later the same men, who turns out to be former Swedish ... See full summary »
When the factory in Molkom shuts down, Robin leaves his beloved hometown to try his luck in Stockholm as a wedding photographer. This experience changes not merely his outlook on life but also his hairstyle.
This movie is showing the bright side of Sweden and Scandinavia, like very few others!
Actually I was looking for a number 4 movie and see a pretty dumb Review from another Norwegian. It is so far from truth as it can be. Comparing to movies from Finland and Norway, this Swedish movie is definitely much better then this two countries ever have produced. Especially the Norwegian movies are dark and many of them you get the impression they are made in front of a microphone in a studio - like old fashion radio theater. Dark pictures in a backyard, people are screaming all the time and no connection to our reality. Dark and depressive thoughts and comments.
In Änglagaard I see exceptional and fantastic pictures, the characters are played well, as they actually do exist and all the twists and angels a live on countryside can possible provide. All of this without the need of crashing hundredth of cars and shooting 1000th of bad guys, like some people expect in every movie.
For me sure one of the best and warmest movies from a Scandinavian country ever!
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