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Everyone Loves Alice (2002)

Alla älskar Alice (original title)
A dramatic love story of a man, two women and three children. When love suddenly explodes in these people's lives it creates a pressure wave that changes the lives of everyone. Johan is ... See full summary »

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Richard Hobert

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Richard Hobert
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Credited cast:
Lena Endre ... Anna
Mikael Persbrandt ... Johan Lindberg
Marie Richardson ... Lotta Lindberg
Natalie Björk Natalie Björk ... Alice Lindberg
Bisse Unger Bisse Unger ... Pontus Lindberg
Marie Göranzon ... Sonya Iversen
Sverre Anker Ousdal ... Henry Iversen
Hege Schøyen ... Tina
Anastasios Soulis ... Patrik
Per Svensson ... Erik
Mathilda Lundblom Mathilda Lundblom ... Hanna
Li Lundblom Li Lundblom ... Moa
Marcus Ardai-Blomberg Marcus Ardai-Blomberg ... Anton
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Pernilla August ... Skolkurator (voice)
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A dramatic love story of a man, two women and three children. When love suddenly explodes in these people's lives it creates a pressure wave that changes the lives of everyone. Johan is married with Lotta and has two children, when Johan and his colleague Anna falls in love with one another. A love that causes anger, hate, joy and eventually new possibilities. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Drama

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Hold me
Performed by Lena Endre
Written by Erica McLaughlin & Harry Robertson
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We All Love Alice
21 March 2004 | by Neuro99See all my reviews

Alla älskar Alice was a true surprise. I was a little bit eager to see this movie for a while mostly because I like those social relations movies with problems in the family. The last few years I have changed my taste in movies a little bit. Earlier I mostly liked those big action movies with little or no plot, but now I really appreciate movies about real life more and more. A few examples are "Life as a House", "Parenthood", "For Richer,for Poorer" and "Regarding Henry".

This is truly the best Swedish movie of the new Millennium so far beating "Familjehemligheter". Maybe it is because I knew all the feelings Alice had. She loved her father but was angry with him for him leaving the family. But still she understood that mom and dad couldn't live together. It was impossible. I liked the way Alice found out that Anna was a kind and warm person too. And that bad things always brings some good with them. This is a beautiful movie. All the filming locations in Norway and Johans new home at the lake are beautiful places. I don't know but I think I wish that I could have a daughter like Alice in the future when it is time for me to raise a family. A such a wonderful and carrying daughter would truly melt my heart.

My rating: 7/10


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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

4 October 2002 (Sweden) See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$8,344
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1.85 : 1
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