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Heaven on Earth (2015)

Så ock på jorden (original title)
A group of people live in the small village "Ljusåker" in the most northern part of Sweden. When the choir director, world-renowned conductor Daniel Dareus, dies, he leaves his choir and ... See full summary »


Kay Pollak
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Credited cast:
Axelle Axell Axelle Axell ... Florence
Björn Bengtsson ... Jonas
Eric Ericson ... Verner
Niklas Falk Niklas Falk ... Stig
Björn Granath ... Bjelke
Frida Hallgren ... Lena
Thomas Hanzon ... Bruno
Lennart Jähkel ... Arne
Ylva Lööf Ylva Lööf ... Siv
Jakob Oftebro ... Axel
Astrid Froede Othelius Astrid Froede Othelius ... Marie
Catherine Parment Catherine Parment
Lasse Pettersson Lasse Pettersson ... Erik
Mikael Rahm Mikael Rahm ... Holmfrid
Maria Sid Maria Sid ... Helena


A group of people live in the small village "Ljusåker" in the most northern part of Sweden. When the choir director, world-renowned conductor Daniel Dareus, dies, he leaves his choir and the love of his life behind, the beautiful soprano Lena, who also is expecting their child. Written by cradlefilth_88

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Comedy | Drama | Music | Romance


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Swedish | English

Release Date:

4 September 2015 (Sweden) See more »

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Heaven on Earth See more »

Filming Locations:

Boden, Norrbottens län, Sweden See more »

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Follows As It Is in Heaven (2004) See more »


Composed By George Frideric Handel (credited as Georg Friedrich Händel)
Vocals by Frida Hallgren, Gustav Svedung
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Loved it!
9 September 2015 | by southeringtonSee all my reviews

With Kay Pollak's last film, "As it is in heaven" (Så som i himmelen), it seemed that there were two camps and two camps only - people either loved it or hated it, with nothing in between. The same thing seems true of this sequel, among both critics and general audiences. For my own part, I belong to the camp that loved it!

Both Frida Hallgren and Niklas Falk give absolutely masterful character portrayals, and they both deserve major acting awards as far as I'm concerned. I found the story gripping and deeply moving, and shed my first tears (far from the last) at a very early stage. Lena's struggles with a repressive village environment and her own self-esteem, and Stig's struggles with an old-fashioned church leadership stuck in its old ways as well as his own inner demons and failed marriage, provide a perfect mirror of easily recognizable struggles in just about anyone's daily life. The issues of loss and tragedy are also very easy to identify with on a personal level.

For me, the film evoked both laughter and tears, and left me with a feeling of hope and joy. I disagree completely with those critics, both professional and amateur, who feel that Kay Pollak has failed to make a sequel as masterful as its predecessor - I absolutely loved both films, found both the acting and the direction superb, and it has stayed with me since seeing it for the first time (yes, I will see it again) a couple of weeks ago.

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