After one mischief too many, the three rasquels are sent to a summer camp on an island (run by their arch enemy Wall-Enberg). Trouble maker Sickan soon hatches a plan to get their hands on a boat loaded with sweets heading their way.
It's summer and Sune Anderssons family is planning a holiday in Greece. Sunes father, Rudolf is sulking because then he won't be able to go on his beloved fishing trip. But after seeing how... See full summary »
An 8 y.o. Swedish boy always gets into trouble despite good intentions and afterwards ends locked up in a shed. He lives on a farm (before electricity and cars) with his mom, dad, sister, maid, best friend the farmhand and an old woman.
Rasmus lives at an orphanage. He's OK, but wants a mom and a dad, and from time to time some comes to find a child, but they always chose little girls curls. Rasmus realizes he has to run away and find parents himself.
Little Tsatsiki, son of a single mother in Sweden, has never met his father, a Greek fisherman. Tsatsiki befriends a nice but straight-laced motorcycle policeman renting one of their rooms ... See full summary »
...this is one of the most stupid ideas in swedish film-history, making a "junior" Jönssonliga. Well, the story isn't much worse than your regular Jönssonligan-movie, but where is the charm? Not in the movie or in the characters, that's for sure. Ok, I won't slay the kids because there's no need to, but come on, they look lite they come from directly from the last episode of Joel-bitar or something. The acting isn't as horrible as it could be, but it's absolutely not good, except for one character, "Biffen", played by Mats Wennberg. That's f-cking acting. Nope, I think this was one idea they could have put in the bin from the first day. It just doesn't work without the great acting of Gösta Ekman and the others.
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