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Ted - För kärlekens skull (2018)

The life of Swedish pop star Ted Gärdestad.

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Hannes Holm
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Cast

Credited cast:
Hanna Alström ... Ann Zacharias
Jonas Karlsson ... Stikkan Andersson
Adam Pålsson ... Ted Gärdestad
Johan Hedenberg ... Arne
Happy Jankell Happy Jankell ... Lotta Ramel
Maria Kulle Maria Kulle ... Margit
Tove Edfeldt Tove Edfeldt ... Kicki
Ala Riani ... Israeli producer
Fredrik Hiller ... Rosberg
Peter Viitanen Peter Viitanen ... Kenneth Gärdestad
Jonatan Rodriguez Jonatan Rodriguez ... Milan
Lotta Ramel Lotta Ramel ... Susanna Ramel
Jonas Bane Jonas Bane ... Björn Ulvaeus
Dan Johansson Dan Johansson ... Povel Ramel
Amanda Davin Amanda Davin ... Kompis
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The life of Swedish pop star Ted Gärdestad.

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Biography | Drama | Music

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

3 January 2018 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

A Moon of My Own See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Lotta Ramel, Ted's girlfriend and later wife in real life plays her own mother, Susanna. Happy Jankell plays a young Lotta Ramel in the movie. See more »

Goofs

The real-life Ted Gärdestad was left-handed, but in the movie, he is portrayed as being right-handed. The movie makers were aware of this fault but decided to go with it so as to allow the leading actor Adam Pålsson to play the guitar himself. Adam Pålsson has stated that Ted Gärdestads brother Kenneth (who also wrote the lyrics to the songs) advised him to play the way that felt natural for him. See more »

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Honest, sad and heart warming at the same time.
20 January 2018 | by tommen90See all my reviews

Being a huge Ted Gärdestad fan for two some years, I was really excited when I heard that this movie was being made, and I was not dissapointed. I have seen some of the directors/writers (Hannes Holm) previous films: "Behind Blue Skies", "A Man Named Ove" and "Klassfesten". All had a good sense of humor and could keep the dramatic moments at a good level. So I thought he would be a very good choice for this picture. As for the actors; there are a good amount of well known established swedish actors in the movie, and they all held up their part. They play more the supporting roles but they did good. But the main focus and the best part of the movie are the two leading actors, whom of wich I've never heard of before but they very much impressed me. Ted (Adam Pålsson) and Kenneth (Peter Viitanen) give some of the best performances in Swedish film history I have ever seen. Adam Pålsson shows Ted as a wide eyed, curious, funny, musicly gifted and lovable person, but still expertly shows his darker and more tragic sides later in his life and It is heart breaking to watch. Excellent! Peter Viitanen portrays his brother Kenneth as a caring, understanding, brilliant songwriter, and a loving big brother. Not an easy role, but he brought it to the table. The music is very good, even though Pålssons singing voice isn't that great, there is still so much heart and passion put into it that it doesn't distract you. The cinematography is also very good, It puts you right in that time period of early 70's up to late 90's Sweden. So one of the best Swedish films i have seen in a long time. Could not recommend it more. Go see it!


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