Ingemar lives with his brother and his terminally ill mother. He may have a rough time, but not as bad as Laika - the russian dog sent into space... He gets sent away to stay with relations for the summer. While there, he meets various strange characters, giving him experiences that will affect him for the rest of his life.
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Det kunde ha varit värre. Jag har faktiskt haft tur. Om man jämför...
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Gunnar is supposed to be from Småland, yet he speaks with a strong Göteborg accent. Both of these are "Geatish dialects" (Götamål) however the dialect of Göteborg differs enough from that of Småland that it is jarring to those who are familiar with Swedish dialects. See more
I should have told her everything. Mom loved stories like that. It's not so bad if you think about it. It could have been worse. Just think how that poor guy who got a new kidney in Boston ended up. He got his name in all the papers, but he died just the same. And what about Laika, the space dog? They put her in the Sputnik and sent her into space. They attached wires to her heart and brain to see how she felt. I don't think she felt too good. She spun around up there for five ...
Features Double or Nothing
Music and Lyrics composed by Buck Ram
, Al Nevins
, Morty Nevins
, Artie Dunn
Swedish Lyrics by 'Bengt Sundström' ( "När livet börjar le") and Gösta Rybrant
( "När dagen dör")
Sung by unknown singer See more