In a single night the paths of a random few are to cross which inevitably will seal their respective destinies. By dawn the city of Stockholm, though seemingly unchanged, to some is all very different - if they live to see it.
Reine quits his job because he's tired of his boss. He takes a job at the Kumla Prison in hope that he can set up a play acted by the prisoners, who are not very interested. But they ... See full summary »
Daniel Lind Lagerlöf
Roro, a foreign worker in Swedish parks, loves his girlfriend but is about to marry another girl to prevent her from being sent back to Lebanon. Roros best friend, Måns, has his own ... See full summary »
Stocholm in the 1920s. Young Roland lives with his socialist father, Jewish mother and a boxing brother. His mother sells condoms illegally, and from them, Roland makes slingshots which he ... See full summary »
Julia has lived with the guilt of her son's disappearance for 21 years. As she returns to her childhood home on Öland, old truths and lies are stirred up. Who can she trust, and what happened to her 5-year old son?
Thomas W. Gabrielsson
Vildhundarna is a drama far away from the Swedish reality. It's about four young people on the outermost, with norms dispersed, the only survivors in a nameless city, in a nameless country.... See full summary »
I have no idea if this movie is intended to be a comedy, but that's the way it leads other than a burst of violence in one part of the film. It seems to focus heavily on stereotypes so much so that one feels the movie could have been made in the 70's. It lacks any kind of real focus, and it's too disconnected in time to make any real sense, nor are these characters, "connected" in any true sense. It's disjointed and frankly too unbelievable to have any kind of merit or message in the text of the movie. Sadly not one of Sweden's best efforts.
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