Du gamla, du fria (1972)

A street theatre group performs anti-capitalist and anti-militarist plays. The inner conflicts, about how to reach and how tight they shall embrace the working class, escalates and the group split up.


Öyvind Fahlström


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marie-Louise Ekman ... Marie-Louise (as Marie-Louise De Geer)
Björn Granath ... Björn
Hans Mosesson ... Hans
Ann-Charlotte Hult ... Ann-Charlotte
Berit Nyman Berit Nyman ... Berit
Peter Wahlqvist Peter Wahlqvist ... Peter
Anki Rahlskog Anki Rahlskog ... Anki
Svante Holmström Svante Holmström ... Svante
Robert Carleson Robert Carleson ... Robert
Jan Lööf ... Jan
Lars Hillersberg Lars Hillersberg ... Lars
Carl Johan De Geer ... Carl Johan
Lena Svedberg Lena Svedberg ... Lena
Olle Jeppson Olle Jeppson ... Olle
Håkan Alexandersson ... Håkan


The theater group travels around playing Monopoly where the Swedish business executive Marcus Wallenberg always hits six. On the Swedish national day the group organizes a naval battle, with real boats, between the imperialist forces and communist countries on the water that runs between the Grand Hotel and the Royal Palace in Stockholm. In one scene of the show, a bishop is surfing on a cross, pulled behind the Red's boat. In the evening the police have had enough and pick up the actors of the theater group. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Release Date:

3 April 1972 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Provocation See more »

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Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The film found no audience. Under a hundred people paid to see it. See more »


Kungliga Södermanlands regementes marsch
Composed by Carl Axel Lundvall
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