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Patrik, Age 1.5 ()

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A Swedish gay couple adopt what they think is an 18-month-old orphan, only to meet their new son, a 15-year-old homophobic delinquent.

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Göran Skoogh
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Sven Skoogh
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Patrik Eriksson
Amanda Davin ...
Isabell
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Eva
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Lennart Ljung
Anette Sevreus ...
Louise Ljung
Mats Blomgren ...
Jan Åström
Malin Cederblad ...
Monika Åström (as Malin Cederbladh)
Antti Reini ...
Tommy Karlsson
Mirja Burlin ...
Carina Karlsson
Vilde Helmerson ...
Lillebror Karlsson
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Storebror Karlsson / Big Brother
Anders Lönnbro ...
Urban Adler
Anna Wallander ...
Sister Irja
Åsa-Lena Hjelm ...
Vivianne
Marie Delleskog ...
Britt-Marie Svensson
Johan Kylén ...
Socialchef
Kristian Lima de Faria ...
Socialassistent (as Kristian Lima De Faria)
Karin de Frumerie ...
Receptionist
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Polis / Policeman Brent
Richard Ulfsäter ...
Sven's Collegue
Britta Andersson ...
Servitris / Waitress

Directed by

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Ella Lemhagen

Written by

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Michael Druker ... (play)
 
Ella Lemhagen ... (writer)

Produced by

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Mathias Berggren ... executive producer
Lars Blomgren ... executive producer
Gunnar Carlsson ... executive producer
Ann Collenberg ... line producer
Tomas Eskilsson ... executive producer
Tomas Michaelsson ... producer
Peter Possne ... executive producer

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Fredrik Emilson

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Marek Wieser ... (as Marek Septimus Wieser)

Film Editing by

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Thomas Lagerman

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Ola Bäccman ... digital intermediate colorist
Linda Dalin ... post-production coordinator
Thomas Lee ... assistant editor
Per Legelius ... on-line editor
Sten Lindberg ... color timer

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Niklas Ohlsson

Production Design by

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Lene Willumsen

Costume Design by

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Angelica Tibblin Chen

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Ulrika Sjöö ... makeup designer

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Patric Hjelm ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Mikael Back ... carpenter
Karin Gry ... props
Rickard Grönvall ... painter
Sofie Kinngard ... painter
Jörgen Lönnquist ... assistant prop man
Emma Madsen ... prop man
Petra Valen ... stand-by propman
Frank Zandhoff ... construction coordinator

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Henric Andersson ... sound technician
Jonas Jansson ... sound editor
Stefan Larsson ... sound technician
Lucas Nilsson ... foley artist
Per Nyström ... supervising sound editor
Jan Sjölund ... sound technician
Per Sundström ... re-recording mixer / sound

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Kimmo Rajala ... stunt coordinator

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Olle Asplund ... second assistant camera
Björn Becker ... gaffer
Fredrik Gard ... electrical assistant
Pontus Hellberg ... electrician
Ronald Holmberg ... grip
Stefan Jonsson ... electrical assistant
Per-Anders Jörgensen ... still photographer
Susanna Karacsony ... lighting technician
Flemming Laybourn ... steadicam operator
Misio Mokrosinski ... first assistant camera
Marek Wieser ... photographer

Casting Department

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Susanna Sjöblom ... extras casting
Maggie Widstrand ... casting: children

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Sigge Avander ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Lukas Urwitz ... location manager

Music Department

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Markus Bergkvist ... music supervisor
Max Linder ... composer: additional music / music producer: song

Other crew

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Lotta Axing ... production staff
Helene Nielsen Beal ... director of distribution
Christina Braun-Bredelius ... script supervisor (as Christina Braun)
Anders Claesson ... production coordinator
Linda Eklund ... production accountant
Piodor Gustafsson ... film consultant (as Peter Gustafsson)
Alexander Hylander ... runner
Oskar Johansson ... production assistant
Åsa Norberg ... marketing manager
Martina Pettersson ... production coordinator

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Plot Summary

Goran and Sven have been cleared for adoption and are given the option to adopt Swedish orphan "Patrik 1,5," but when Patrik arrives, he turns out not to be the little boy they were expecting. A comma was misplaced, and the boy they receive is a 15-year-old homophobe with a criminal past. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines No family could be happier! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Patrik, Age 1.5 (World-wide, English title)
  • Patrik, Age 1.5 (United States)
  • Patrik, Age 1.5 (United Kingdom)
  • Les joies de la famille (France)
  • Patrik - Idade 1,5 (Portugal)
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  • 103 min
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Trivia The first night Patrik stays in the house, he sneaks out of his locked room, and looks around the house. After playing Foosball, he picks up a book of drawings. The book is about the works of an iconic gay artist Touko Laaksonen, better known by his pseudonym Tom of Finland (8 May 1920 - 7 November 1991). Laaksonen was a Finnish artist most noted for his stylized all male erotic and fetish art and his influence on gay culture from the 1970s until the present. Many people believe that he was the most important creator of gay male erotic and semi-erotic art. See more »
Goofs At 40:15 the kids leave the skate pipe, and the left skateboard is standing on its wheels. - When Patrik reaches the scene, the skateboard suddenly lies on its back. See more »
Movie Connections References Blue Velvet (1986). See more »
Soundtracks B.A.B.Y See more »
Quotes Patrik Eriksson: Don't you touch me, you fucking homo!
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