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Babas bilar (2006)

Jojo is out of money and must work for his stepfather's shady car dealership to pick up a car that belongs to a Russian gangster.

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Rafael Edholm
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Andreas Wilson ... Jojo
Sara Sommerfeld ... Anso
Hassan Brijany Hassan Brijany ... Baba
Georgi Staykov Georgi Staykov ... Ivan
Jarmo Mäkinen ... Penti (Pentti Kukka)
Peter Franzén ... Pekka Kukka
Hannu Kiviaho Hannu Kiviaho ... Pasi Kukka
Göran Forsmark ... Bror
Joakim Andersson Joakim Andersson ... Jens (as Jocke Andersson)
Laura Malmivaara ... Elena
Per Christian Ellefsen ... Norrmannen
Conny Ceder Conny Ceder ... Nikolaj
Rogelio de Badajoz Rogelio de Badajoz ... Arturo (as Rogelio Duran)
Sylvia Rauan Sylvia Rauan ... Norsk poliskvinna
Heyes Jemide Heyes Jemide ... Mannen utan huvud (as Hayes Jemide)
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Jojo is out of money and must work for his stepfather's shady car dealership to pick up a car that belongs to a Russian gangster.

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Action | Comedy

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Country:

Sweden

Release Date:

31 March 2006 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Baba's Cars See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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When Ivan runs from Anso (who are shooting at him) camera rails are visible in the lower right corner for just a second. See more »

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Move Your Hips
Composed by Flemming Christensen
Lyrics by Rafael Edholm
Performed by Brown Eye Exp.
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If you liked 'The Big White', you'll like this.
18 September 2006 | by GusTobySee all my reviews

I'm not sure why the Scandinavian commentators on this movie are so uptight about this cool little gangster flick. Sure, it's full of Nordic stereotypes, but for non-Scandinavians who will already be confused by the mix of languages in the movie and the unfamiliarity of the actors, this won't matter a jot. It's a farce for heaven's sake, and nobody should be bothered by a little political incorrectness. Apart from some very modern bad language and one hilarious (but over the top) scene of tongue-in-cheek violence, this movie plays very much like an Ealing comedy. Think 'Lock Stock' meets 'The Ladykillers' with a hint of 'The Big White'. Well worth a look on TV or DVD, but the running time makes it a bad deal at a theatre.


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