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SOPOR (1981)

Royal family held hostage by children.

Director:

Tage Danielsson

Writer:

Tage Danielsson
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Brasse Brännström ... Carl XVI Gustaf
Grynet Molvig ... Drottning Silvia
Lena Nyman ... Kronprinsessan Victoria
Tobias Goldman Tobias Goldman ... Prins Carl Philip
Hjördis Petterson ... Eleonora Bruse
Sven Lindberg ... Olof Palme
Allan Edwall ... Thorbjörn Fälldin
Margaretha Krook ... Gösta Bohman
Lars Amble ... Ola Ullsten
Pierre Lindstedt ... Lars Werner
Gösta Ekman ... John Smith (Pseudonym)
Magnus Härenstam ... Ulf Adelsohn
Hans Alfredson ... Åtskilliga typer
Sven-Erik Olsson Sven-Erik Olsson ... Ludde
Stefan Delvin Stefan Delvin ... Rulle
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Storyline

One Monday morning a thousand children leave the suburb Farsta and goes to Stockholm to occupy the Royal Castle. The children have formed a group called S.O.P.O.R. as a protest against the way adults treat children and how the adults have destroyed the future for their children. They demand that the robots in the industry are replaced by humans to create job opportunities. They take the royal family as hostages. Written by Mattias Thuresson

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Farsen om den andlösa veckan i kungariket

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Comedy

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Features Trazan Apansson (1978) See more »

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Rapportvinjett
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Composed by Monica Dominique
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Great Movie
9 December 2003 | by topzigirlSee all my reviews

I don´r really know how many times i have seen this movie but i can tell you that i like it more and more fore every time i see it. It´s a really good story and it´s a really true story to... I mean it could happen. I don´t think it will but it something to think about. Don´t you think??


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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

21 March 1981 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Skrald See more »

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