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Basic facts

Original title Dag för dag
Film type Feature
Category Fiction
Director
Producer
Screenplay
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Plot summary

"A life-affirming comedy drama about it never being too late to make changes in your life. On a campervan trip from Gothenburg to Switzerland, five very different people come together for an...

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Director
Screenplay
Story
Producer
Director of Photography
Music
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Casting

Cast

Companies

Production company FLX Feature AB
Market allocations Stiftelsen Svenska Filminstitutet

Plot summary

"A life-affirming comedy drama about it never being too late to make changes in your life. On a campervan trip from Gothenburg to Switzerland, five very different people come together for an old man’s last wish. Cross-generation friendships develop, there’s love in life’s twilight years, and life-changing decisions are made." (the production company's synopsis)

Technical specifications

Aspect ratio 1.78:1
Sound type Sound
Colour type Colour
Frames per second 24
Length in minutes 109 min
Dialogue


Holdings Film

The information given here refers to film material in the Swedish Film Institute’s archive. Access to the archive’s stock is given on request, for research, other film archives and rights’ holders. For enquiries please contact filmarkivet@filminstitutet.se

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