John Bauer and the Mountain King (2018)

Two Swedish artists from the 19th century meet at Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm and falls hopelessly in love and although he becomes world famous they find it hard to live together since he wants the forest and she the city.

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Emelia Sallhag ...
Ludvig Falkman ...
Sarfraz Hussein ...
Art Professor von Rosen
Josefin Glaadh ...
Per Asplund ...
Train stationmaster
Kåge Klang ...
Art Professor Cedergren
Annika Reuter ...
Train passenger Lady
Hampus Flory ...
Madeleine Eriksson ...
Train passenger Fine Lady
William Sallvis Lång ...
Train passenger Young boy
Stefan Rohm ...
Train passenger Gentleman
Leon Brander ...
Alvina Månsson ...
Train passenger Young Woman
Jan Helger ...
Train Traffic Manager
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The Swedish fairy tale painter John Bauer had big artistic dreams. John falls hopelessly in love with Esther but problems appear when his artistic fantasy world blends together with real life. Finally they find a way to be together, however, destiny have something else in store for them. Written by Börje Peratt

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20 November 2018 (Sweden)  »

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SEK 100,000 (estimated)
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