Karlskov is a self made, successful owner of a large electronics factory, has a wife and five children. They live the good, privileged upper-class life on Strandvejen north of Copenhagen when the Nazis occupy Denmark in April 1940. Karl struggles to continue production at the factory, but to protect his family and employees he reluctantly begins to produce for the German market. It brings him ...
Directed by: Anders Refn
The year is 1941 in Sweden and Astrid seeks independence by trying to become a train conductor. On the train she meets an older passenger Dora which she feels attracted to. Astrid also faces a more dark and hostile world on board as she discovers that the staff has put in system to reject unwanted passengers such as Romans and Jews.
Runtime: 29 min.
Directed by: Rojda Sekersöz
As: Mariana Hermansson
A man takes law into his own hands after the search for his daughter's murderer and rapist fails and instead the police go after him.
Runtime: 101 min.
Directed by: Daniel Alfredson
A young woman, who has almost given up hope of finding love, runs into someone in a cramped elevator. Someone who revives all her longings. The only problem is that she doesn't know he is or what he looks like.
Runtime: 9 min.
Directed by: Maria Nygren
This is the true story of the failed bank robbery-cum-hostage taking in a bank at the square Norrmalmstorg in Stockholm, in September 1973. The Stockholm Syndrome is named after this incident.
Runtime: 90 min.
Directed by: Håkan Lindhé
Carl-Gustaf Nykvist's documentary about his father, Sven Nykvist. The film is based on Sven's memoirs with Sven himself as narrator. A journey to the place of birth, Moheda, constitutes the hub of the film and during the journey friends and memories emerge. Written by Fredrik Klasson
Runtime: 78 min.
Directed by: Carl-Gustav Nykvist
As: Young Mary
Mary, Mother of Jesus is a 1999 made-for-television Biblical film that retells the story of Jesus through the eyes of Mary, his mother.
Runtime: 88 min.
Directed by: Kevin Connor
A lot of hell and very little heaven heaven among homeless and damaged characters in Stockholm. The young heroin addict couple, the slippery pimp, a mentally ill poet, are some of the personalities we are being served.
Runtime: 260 min.
Directed by: Arn-Henrik Blomqvist
Johan is a 35 year old soccer fan, unemployed but living by his wits and charm. During the Soccer World Championships in 1990 all Swedes want to follow the games, including Johan who doesn't own a TV set. He gets himself invited to friends or goes to bars to see matches. He is pursued by two hit men, as he owes money for a grand piano he was supposed to sell. Johan seeks the help of down-and-out Kenneth to ...
Runtime: 81 min.
Directed by: Stephan Apelgren
About the individuals who live in a mad-house. This kind of people usually seem to be quite normal. However, from one scene to another they may dramatically change, thereby revealing their deep problems with themselves and the society they cannot live in anymore.
Runtime: 200 min.
Directed by: Lars Norén
The trio of actresses have ostensibly gathered to pay tribute to Mai Zetterling, but also reminisce about their own careers and the illustrious figures, including Ingmar Bergman, they have worked with.
Runtime: 75 min.
Directed by: Christina Olofson
Det är 1500-tal, och den unge adelsmannen Inge rider genom Sverige sökandes efter sin tvillingbror Arild. Han träffar en grupp zigenare som välkomnar honom, i tron att han är Arild. Snart blir Inge förälskad i den mystiska flickan Isis.
Runtime: 90 min.
Directed by: Hans Alfredson
As: Eva as a Child
A salesman and his son sexually abuse the generations of women of a poor family as payment for debt. Janni must see his mother, sister, niece and wife all being exploited, and the family grow bigger with the abuser's kids.
Runtime: 111 min.
Directed by: Bo Widerberg
A boy, obsessed with comparing himself with those less fortunate, experiences a different life at the home of his aunt and uncle in 1959 Sweden.
Runtime: 101 min.
Directed by: Lasse Hallström