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Där regnbågen slutar (1999)

Mikael Persson is about to realize his dream, a big musical with Sweden's top artists and with himself in the leading role. But a few weeks before the premiere the National Bailiff ... See full summary »

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Richard Hobert

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Richard Hobert
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Göran Stangertz ... Mikael
Camilla Lundén ... Catti
Pernilla August ... Tove
Rolf Lassgård ... Rajje - Raymond
Tommy Körberg ... Budbäraren
Sharon Dyall ... Skyltdockan
Helen Sjöholm Helen Sjöholm ... Kvinnan
Annette Friberg Annette Friberg ... Flickan
Peter Jöback ... Stjärnan
Rebecka Liljeberg ... Sandra (as Rebecca Liljeberg)
Sven Lindberg ... Ragnar
Mona Malm ... Vendela
Karin Grandin Karin Grandin ... Inspicienten
Nina Gunke ... Kronoinspektör Björk
Lena Strömdahl Lena Strömdahl ... Sköterskan
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Mikael Persson is about to realize his dream, a big musical with Sweden's top artists and with himself in the leading role. But a few weeks before the premiere the National Bailiff Authority comes knocking, forcing Michael into private bankruptcy and his family to leave their home. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Drama | Musical

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It lacks something essential
27 May 2000 | by roningSee all my reviews

Allright, Hobert have aroused great expectations after good work like "Glädjekällan" and "Ögat" but the fact that this film makes me feel nothing can't just be a result of overexpectations. The idea is not too bad, the actors (at least Stangertz and Lundén) do their job but it just doesn't help. Maybe it is just too hard to do seven movies in eight years, or when you do it with the same characters it just tend to get "soapish". Now and then Hobert's geniality beams forth but it never comes out entirely. When it comes to some ingredients, for example, Michaels relation to his "secret" daughter you just wait for it to be developed but it never is. And, sorry to say, Hobert also gives in to the (among swedish critics) common notion that "if a film contains no vulgarities it can't be no good".


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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

15 October 1999 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Drömmar och mardrömmar See more »

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Dolby SR

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1.85 : 1
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