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Hermit: Monster Killer ()


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This creature feature tells the story of a an old grumpy man (the hermit) on revenge, a pack of hunters and a rugby gorilla mascot running for his life, with one thing in common: an alien... See more »

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Den Gamle
Markus Svahn ...
Pojken
Tommy Baso Nordin ...
Palle Toresson
Johannes Söderqvist ...
Stumpen
Fredrik Weileby ...
Olle
Anders Hasselroth ...
Gunnar
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Teddy Berg
Ola Paulakoski ...
Ronny Broo
Krister Brandling ...
Tore
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Jossan
Gustaf Karlsson ...
Freddy
Nikolaj Vind Sorber ...
Skägget
Anette Halvorsen ...
Ulla
Christian De Flon ...
Lolek
Simo Paulakoski ...
Bolek
Fred Anderson ...
Fågelskådaren
Linus Egborg ...
Knut-Åke
Britt Adamsson ...
Majsan
Nelly ...
Laban
Andrei Paulakoski ...
Sonen (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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Ola Paulakoski

Written by

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Fred Anderson ... (screenplay)
 
Ola Paulakoski ... (story)

Produced by

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Gustaf Karlsson ... co-producer
Henrik Sjöman ... producer
Patrick Templin ... associate producer
René Wiesner ... executive producer
Jonas Wolcher ... producer

Music by

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Thomas Rydell ... composer

Film Editing by

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Ola Paulakoski

Editorial Department

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Max Hagelstam ... adobe additorial support
Gustaf Karlsson ... assistant editor
Richard Larsson ... assistant editor
Henrik Sjöman ... assistant editor

Art Direction by

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Jonas Wolcher ... (promotional artwork)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Anders Hasselroth ... assistant director

Art Department

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Anders Hasselroth ... poster
Gustaf Karlsson ... poster

Sound Department

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Tommy Baso Nordin ... synchronization

Special Effects by

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Tom Haglund ... cgi monster
Richard Svensson ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Ola Paulakoski ... visual effects
Fredrik Weileby ... visual effects

Casting Department

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Gustaf Karlsson ... casting
Ola Paulakoski ... casting
Henrik Sjöman ... casting

Location Management

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Ola Paulakoski ... location
Henrik Sjöman ... location

Music Department

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Johan Brodd ... composer: theme music
Thomas Rydell ... composer: theme music

Other crew

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Neill Dronsfield ... translation
Avery Guerra ... publicist
Sara Henriksson ... caterer
Aleksandra Kawecka Mårtensson ... translation
Henrik Sjöman ... translation
René Wiesner ... translation
Jonas Wolcher ... translation

Thanks

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Bengt Alsterlind ... thanks
Martin Bergvall ... thanks
Victor Dahlén ... thanks
Micke Engström ... thanks
Sserunya Ernest ... thanks (as Sserunnya Kaddu Earnest)
Peter Friberg ... thanks
Mick Garris ... thanks
Greigh Johanson ... thanks
Stefan Landhage ... thanks
Kim Lill ... thanks
Kim Lindberg ... thanks
Gustav Ljungdahl ... thanks
Jeff O'Brien ... thanks
Simo Paulakoski ... thanks
Jerry Rönn ... thanks
Magnus Sellergren ... thanks
Anthony Timpone ... thanks (as Tony Timpone)
Marco Tosic ... thanks
Kristoffer Vänsviken ... thanks
René Wiesner ... thanks
Jessica Wolcher ... thanks

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Plot Summary

This creature feature tells the story of a an old grumpy man (the hermit) on revenge, a pack of hunters and a rugby gorilla mascot running for his life, with one thing in common: an alien being that has crashed to earth, eating anyone in its path. Now it's up to the heroes to stop this menacing creature at all cost. Written by Jonas Wolcher

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Taglines It Came Hungry From Space To Sweden See more »
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Also Known As
  • Den gamle och monstret (Sweden)
  • Hermit le monstre teur (France)
  • Hermit Pembunuh Raksasa (Indonesia, Indonesian title)
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Runtime
  • 90 min
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Budget SEK50,000 (estimated)

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Trivia At one point Bengt Alsterlind was cast as The Hermit in the film. Bengt is very famous in Sweden for his television program called Hajk. Director Ola Paulakoski and Bengt had a great creative relationship in preproduction. But ultimately decided that the physicality of the main character did not match up for a character that has been able to take care of himself for 40 years in the forest and Bengt felt the similarities to Hajk were to many. It could have turned into Hajk vs The Monster. The details in the script which brought similarities to Hajk were in the script long before Bengt was cast, but they were obvious. Hermit having a homemade monster hunter harpoon etc. See more »
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