Dom över död man

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By on June 18, 2014

Category: Biography
All Genres: Biography, Drama
Release Year: 2012
Country: Sweden, Norway
Runtime: 126
Rating: 6.2 (250)
Languages: Swedish
Director: Jan Troell
Sound: Dolby Digital

  • Life can change at the turn of a page.

  • Writing by: Kenne Fant – (book)
    Klaus Rifbjerg – (screenplay)
    Jan Troell – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Jessica Ask – executive producer
    Lars Blomgren – executive producer
    Gunnar Carlsson – executive producer
    Synnøve Hørsdal – co-producer
    Lone Korslund – executive producer
    Merete Mortensen – executive producer
    Kaare Storemyr – line producer
    Francy Suntinger – producer
    Per-Erik Svensson – executive producer

    Cast: Jesper Christensen – Torgny Segerstedt
    Pernilla August – Maja Forssman
    Ulla Skoog – Puste Segerstedt
    Björn Granath – Axel Forssman
    Kenneth Milldoff – Per Albin Hansson
    Lennart Hjulström – Marcus Wallenberg
    Peter Andersson – Christian Günther
    Birte Heribertson – Estrid Ancker
    Lia Boysen – Anita Levisson
    Maria Heiskanen – Pirjo
    Johanna Troell – Ingrid Segerstedt

    Music: Gaute Storaas
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Torgny Segerstedt was one of the leading journalists in Sweden in the 20th century. He fought a one man battle against Hitler and the Nazi regime until his death in 1945 and during these tumultuous times his private life was marked by a world in chaos, as he falls in love with his friend's wife while married himself. THE LAST SENTENCE weaves together the story of a psychological love story with a portrayal of the political situation Sweden found itself in during the Second World War. A gripping, dramatic and poetic tale about a man, who could not be silenced.


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