Two places are in focus in this soap. First of all the hospital clinic run by Göran Fridell, a doctor who can not take advice from others, including his wife Ingrid, who also works at the ...
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Two twins, Daniel and Sandra, are separated when very young as their parents split up without any contact for nearly 20 years. When they meet by chance on their 20th birthday this drama ... See full summary »
In 1929, the film follows the six-year old son of a Swedish country doctor. Åke lives with his parents and his sister Aja in a small provincial town. His best friend is Kalle Nubb. Åke is ... See full summary »
HAPPY END is a story about Lukas, a self-absorbed young man adrift who meets Marja, an experienced, older woman. Lukas dreams of becoming a rock star. He escapes the city to his father's ... See full summary »
In the repercussions of a big robbery the loot shall be taken to a Baltic country to Sweden by the Russian Mafia's female courier. She, however, doesn't know that the robbers had planned to... See full summary »
Two places are in focus in this soap. First of all the hospital clinic run by Göran Fridell, a doctor who can not take advice from others, including his wife Ingrid, who also works at the hospital. Their daughter Annika also works as a nurse at the hospital but dreams of becoming a doctor. She has a relationship with the young doctor Anders Ståhlberg but may loose him to nurse Linda Åkesson. The mysterious patient, Roger Rönn, won't say anything about his past. Anyway, silence seem to be the best since it was Annika who put him at the hospital in the first place. Down at the club, run by Hasse, you'll find young Tessan working as a bartender. Patrik Fridell is in love with her but can she trust him? Hasse has had trouble with the club but with his new partner, Mikaela Malm, these troubles will be over. At least if he can prevent her from taking control over the club, while he is busy with the love affair with the new employee, Millan. Hasse's son Jonas has a girlfriend, Magdalena, but...Written by