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Farligt förflutet (2001)

Stefan and Marie are a young happy couple that only lives for each other. But the happiness they share is threatened by an old friend to Stefan, Chris, that one-day comes to visit them. ... See full summary »

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... Stefan
Cecilia Bergqvist ... Elli
Fredrik Dolk ... Chris
... Marie
Jan Kerbosch ... Heinz
Eva Mutvei ... Claudia
... Valeri
Frederick Offrein ... Erik Fäldt
Mats Huddén ... Göran
Eva Snis ... Carina
Eddie Hultén ... Daniel
Per Hedefalk ... Elli's dad
... Stefan's boss (scenes deleted)
Annelie Hedin ... Marie's Mother (as Anneli Hedin)
... Kvinna på flyktingförläggning (as Åsa Wallander)
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Stefan and Marie are a young happy couple that only lives for each other. But the happiness they share is threatened by an old friend to Stefan, Chris, that one-day comes to visit them. Chris has served as a mercenary in Bosnia, several years but has now decided to move back home to Sweden. With Stefan's help, he wants to build a new criminal business. Written by nL <ni_la2000@hotmail.com>

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'David Hess' and Janet Agren was first cast as Heinz and his wife Claudia, but due to financial problems those parts had to be replaced with other actors. See more »

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References Ninja Mission 2000 (2000) See more »

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The horror
6 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

Absolutely one of the worst movies I have ever seen! The acting, the dialog, the manuscript, the sound, the lighting, the plot line. I actually can't say anything positive about this, although I enjoy Swedish movies. The fighting scenes are so ridiculous that it's impossible to take it seriously. And when the lead character just happens to loose his shirt, while dodging bullets in a strip bar, I'm not sure if it's supposed to be a joke, or if someone really thinks these are ingredients in a good film?! Regina Lund is the only half descent actor, but she disappears in a flood of laughable pronunciations and unbelievable reactions. It leaves you horrified that someone actually spent time and money on something like this...


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