On a train in 1945 a train conductor is in charge of a motley bunch: a failed author who means well but creates chaos; a soldier who is actually on the wrong train; a doctor who wants to murder his wife; a gay man who hates men; and two nuns with religious doubts. Written by
Nothing is necessarily what it seems to be...
25 December 2003 (Sweden)
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Delitti: Tracce Allusive
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Peter Dalle (the director) didn't want to do any acting in the movie, but after "some certain people" (Dalle's own words) thought he should act, he agreed to be the Conductor. See more
When Gunnar is talking to Sixten and Pompe, Sixten lays his newspaper on the table. It's folded and the header is upward. In the next shot the paper is up-side-down with the header downwards. See more
[Gunnar has recently pulled the emergency brakes after seeing a man outside the train dressed up as Santa
Okay, my dear mister. You've crossed the line. Mutilating a war veteran, sure. Food poisoning war prisoners? That's okay - we can all have a bad day. But playing with the emergency brakes? It can be all the bloody christmas it wants. I hope you have a really, really good excuse for this!
I saw Santa Claus!
Music by Benny Andersson
, lyrics by Peter Dalle
Performed by Helen Sjöholm
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