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Rex regi rebellis (2003)

For some people in our big world is just hard to exist. Klark is one of these people. He is has an underpaid totally lame work, he has a mean boss, rotten co-workers, lousy car and on and ... See full summary »

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(as Jimi Wikström)

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(screenplay) (as Jimi Wikström)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kaj Stenberg ... Klark Klarhagen
... Tor Condrup
Robert Johansson ... Junkie
Kjell Bergström ... Old man #1
Annelie Ohlsson ... Powerwalk Women
Rikard Johansson ... Drunk man #1
Daniel Börresen ... Drunk man #2
Sven-Erik Svensson ... Old man #2
Sebastian Bengtsson ... Girl #1
Johan Strende ... Girl #2
Peter Wikström ... Klark as a young man
Johannes Boström ... Klark as a kid
Lovisa Boström ... Girl on bike
Robert Lovén ... Doctor
Julia Nykvist ... Women walking by #1
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For some people in our big world is just hard to exist. Klark is one of these people. He is has an underpaid totally lame work, he has a mean boss, rotten co-workers, lousy car and on and on. One day he is fired and then he just take a stand. He will not take this crap any more. Klark becomes a man he never thought he could be. He is now about to avenge his situation. Written by anonymous

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Man är sin egen fiende. (You are your own enemy) See more »


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26 July 2003 (Sweden)  »

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SEK 10,000 (estimated)
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One of the producers, Ulf Norström, found the name for the movie in a dictionary. "Rex regi rebellis" is latin and means "the king is rebellious towards the king" or "you are your own enemy". See more »

Goofs

When Klark gets out of his car at the office, (when he wants to kill the boss) he closes the car door. In the next shot, reflecting in a mirror, it shows that the car door is still open. See more »

Quotes

Knarkaren: Give me your money!
Klark Klarhagen: I don't have any money!
Knarkaren: [pause] Give me your hotdog then.
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References The Tenant (1976) See more »

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