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Original title Rikard
Film type Short
Category Documentary
Form Live-action
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Plot summary

 An intimate portrait of Rikard Wolff, one of Sweden’s greatest performers, and a cult figure in the gay rights movement. A poetic film about hero worship, obsession and fame....

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Production company Altofilm AB
Advance allocations Stiftelsen Svenska Filminstitutet

Plot summary



An intimate portrait of Rikard Wolff, one of Sweden’s greatest performers, and a cult figure in the gay rights movement. A poetic film about hero worship, obsession and fame. In this film, we encounter a series of lovers, old and new, friends, as well as a constantly present Edith Piaf, the icon who profoundly changed Wolff’s life. (the production company's synopsis)

Technical specifications

Length in minutes 58 min


Release dates

Festival showing 2018-03-05 Folkoperan Stockholm Sweden Tempo dokumentärfestival 2018

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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Holdings Posters

Size Between 850 x 400 and 850 x 690
Poster title Rikard


Holdings Scripts

Script type Dialoglista
Extent 19 s.
Language Swedish


Script type Music Que Sheet
Extent 4 s.
Language Swedish


Script type Credits
Extent 17 s.
Language Swedish


Script type Dialoglista
Extent 28 s.
Language English


Script type Dialoglista
Extent 33 s.
Language Swedish


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