When the factory in Molkom shuts down, Robin leaves his beloved hometown to try his luck in Stockholm as a wedding photographer. This experience changes not merely his outlook on life but also his hairstyle.
Björn A. Ling,
Swedish comedy mini-series about a family where mother and daughter find out that they are pregnant at the same time. The series is set in Molkom, a rural community in the heart of Swedish ... See full summary »
Björn A. Ling,
The priest Gunilla is trying get her adult sons Thor and Odin, who is obsessed with Hardrock, to move away from home. They refuse to leave and start a family. But when Jenny, the village ... See full summary »
Mirja must find her place after serving jail time. When she gets a job as a hotel cleaner she starts living a double life. She's torn between her sick mother and her old group of friends, who have always been her real family.
Rikard is an autistic and severely deformed man who was separated from his mother at birth. Thirty years later he is convinced that he will get her back if only he wins the Scandinavian Championship of pétanque. He tries to do the impossible. His fragile physique and a harsh judging environment are not going to stop him. Plus there is a 200 foot giant on his side.
Alex is fifty-nine years old and yearns for something more than the constant emptiness surrounding her. Everywhere around her people are bound by norms and fixated by their own appearances,... See full summary »
Stockholm, 1973. Svante has an untreatable heart condition. One night, a strange subway train suddenly appears and takes him to the year 2016. In the future he meets Elsa. Together they must both solve Svante's health problem and figure out how to live together although they are from two different eras.Written by
Bengan says "ABBA" in August 1973, even though the group didn't officially change name from "Björn & Benny, Agnetha & Frida" until October. However, Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet announced the new name as early as in March the same year. See more »
In the 1973 part of the movie, there is talk about giving money to KPML(r), the Communist Party of Marxist-Leninists (revolutionaries). In 1973, that party was called KFML(r) (association instead of party). It didn't become KPML(r) until 1977. See more »
This film is an excellent example of where (I think) movies from the northern cinema must go, fresh air in Nordic cinema. Temporary paradoxes good characters, good argument, even little romance I liked the combination of the 70 with the present, (could have been approved a little more tremporal jumps for economic benefit, minimal detail) PD the girl Victoria Dyrstad is ... woow
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