Lena Lagerberg, a stewardess of Stockholm,has not returned to her family home because of a very traumatic event.His father, Bjoern,who lives with her sister Ingrid and her family, had a ...
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Lena Lagerberg, a stewardess of Stockholm,has not returned to her family home because of a very traumatic event.His father, Bjoern,who lives with her sister Ingrid and her family, had a boat accident and so she travels home to visit him.Quite near of their house is Marielund, a property managed by Elinor the godmother of Lena.Magnus Jacobson ,an architect of Stockholm comes with his daughter Emma to spend holidays in Marielund ,because he has very good memories of his childhood holidays in this place. Lena and Magnus feel well together and little by little fall in love together.Written by
I live in a place called Marielund. Being bored one day, I searched IMDb for movies somehow related to "Marielund", and this movie came up as the only hit. It is a German made-for-TV movie (broadcast by ZDF on 25 January, 2004 - for once I was happy to have an old analogue satellite dish that only gives me 83 German stations ...), set in Sweden and clearly filmed in Sweden, but with German actors speaking German (no surprise there) - very strange indeed. Even more bizarrely, whereas genuine Swedes would have been driving old Volvos and Saabs, here everybody was driving spanking-new, top-of-the-line Mercedeses. The movie's only redeeming feature (in my humble opinion) is the fact that it has Eva Habermann in the leading part (she played yummy Zev in the TV-series "Lexx" for awhile - which must have been one of the worst SF series ever, by the way).
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