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Om Gud vill

Om Gud vill

Category: 16
All Genres: Drama, Romance
Release Year: 2006
Country: Sweden
Runtime: 87
Rating: (0)
Languages: English, Swedish
Director: Amir ChamdinErik Eger
Sound: Dolby SR

  • In Iran, All Women Are Banned From Men's Sporting Events

  • Writing by: Amir Chamdin – writer
    Erik Eger – writer
    Martina Stöhr – writer

    Produced by: Tomas Eskilsson – executive producer
    Peter Gustafsson – producer
    Fredrik Joelson – line producer
    Peter Possne – executive producer
    Martina Stöhr – producer

    Cast: Nina Persson – Juli
    Amir Chamdin – Juan
    Viktor Åkerblom-Nilsson – Bachelor #1
    Julia Alenius – Dagny
    Emil Almén – Bachelor #3
    Björn Andersson – Drunk man in subway
    Patrik Bartosch – The Monoliths: Accordion, Organ
    Hassan Brijany – Giuseppe
    Janne 'Loffe' Carlsson – David
    Maurits Carlsson – Himself – The Monoliths: Drums
    Cecilia Häll – Pregnant woman

    Music: Nathan Larson
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    Plot Outline: Immigrant Juan meets Finnish tango singer Juli in the summer of 1975 in Stockholm, and romance blooms.
    Plot: It's the summer of 1975 and Stockholm is in the grip of a record heat wave. During daytime Juan packs fruit in the market place halls, as does his brother who he also lives with. In the evening he starts his second job as a cleaner in a fast food restaurant. His wife is coming to Stockholm in seven days time and then everything must be perfect. The lack of sleep and the oppressive heat make his loneliness more apparent. Early one morning his spot at the bus stop is occupied by a beautiful woman, Juli. After a couple of chance encounters the nightly meetings with Juli become the most important thing in Juan's life. God willing, fantasy can become reality.

    Movie Quotes: Juan: Are you single?
    Juli: Sort of.
    Juan: Are you or are you not single?
    Juli: I don't know.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Bloopers from various Supeman productions, including a rare blooper from Marlon Brando, play during the closing credits.

    Goofs: We know about 10 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Crew or equipment visible: When Caspian enters Miraz's room at night, during the raid of the castle, the camera pulls out to a shot where Caspian is standing over Miraz in bed. A camera shadow is visible on Caspian's shoulder.

    Trivia: There are 4 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Director Amir Chamdin declared a set of rules that everyone was bound to while filming, actors and crew alike. They called it “Amir's Law”.
    • Nothing modern was allowed on the set, no Steadicams, no tiny microphones. The camera used was analogue with 1975 Panavision lenses from England.
    • The director made his cameraman Crille Forsberg wear really tight 70's LOIS jeans while filming. Apparently they were quite painful to wear.

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