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Also Known As: Died: July 30, 2007
Born: July 14, 1918 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Sweden Profession: Writer ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Saraband (2004) as Director
Marianne and Johan meet again after thirty years without contact, when Marianne suddenly feels a need to see her ex-husband again. She decides to visit Johan at his old summer house in the western province of Dalarna. And so, one beautiful autumn day, there she is, beside his reclining chair, waking
2.
In the Presence of a Clown (1998) as Director
Inventor Carl Akerblom is a 54-year-old man and admirer of Franz Shubert. He is also a patient in the psychiatric ward of Akademiska Hospital in Uppsala, after having attempted to beat to death his fiancee, Pauline Thibault. Together with another patient, Professor Osvald Vogler, they set up a film
3.
Dokument Fanny och Alexander (1986) as Director
4.
After The Rehearsal (1984) as Director
5.
Karins Ansikte (1983) as Director
6.
Fanny and Alexander (1982) as Director
A widowed actress and her children suffer hardships when she mistakenly marries a conservative church leader.
7.
8.
Faro Document (1979) as Director
9.
Autumn Sonata (1978) as Director
A concert pianist faces the daughters she's neglected for years.
10.
Serpent's Egg, The (1977) as Director
Ingmar Bergman's The Serpent's Egg follows a week in the life of Abel Rosenberg, an out-of-work American circus acrobat living in poverty-stricken Berlin following Germany's defeat in World War I. When his brother commits suicide, Abel seeks refuge in the apartment of an old acquaintance Professor Veregus. Desperate to make ends meet in the war-ravaged city, Abel takes a job in Veregus' clinic, where he discovers the horrific truth behind the work of the strangely beneficent professor and unlocks the chilling mystery that drove his brother to kill himself.
11.
Ansikte mot ansikte (1976) as Director
A sensitive exploration of the tragic irony of the psychiatrist suffering with mental illness. Dr. Jenny Isaksson (Liv Ullman) is a psychiatrist married to another psychiatrist; both are successful in their jobs but slowly, agonizingly, she succumbs to a breakdown. Jenny is haunted by images and emotions from her past and eventually cannot function, either as a wife, a doctor or as an individual.
12.
Magic Flute (1974) as Director
A filmization of Mozart's opera about the kidnapping of the Queen's daughter.
13.
Till Gladje (1973) as Director
Stig and Marta are a young married couple who play together in the same Swedish orchestra. He is ambitious and idealistic, but she is more somber and contemplative.
14.
Scenes From a Marriage (1973) as Director
Over a ten-year period, a divorced couple work through their tormented relationship.
15.
Cries and Whispers (1973) as Director
A woman's impending death leads to painful memories and confrontations for herself and her two sisters.
16.
The Touch (1971) as Director
17.
The Passion of Anna (1970) as Director
Mounting delusions keep a woman from recovering from the deaths of her husband and child.
18.
The Ritual (1970) as Director
A theatre troupe is called to court because of obscene performance material and an interrogation ensues, which causes them to expose their neuroses and inner psychological torments.
19.
Shame (1968) as Director
During civil war, two musicians retreat to a rural island to farm. They are apolitical; a neighbor sometimes gives them a fish; wine is a luxury. They love each other, but there are problems: the war upsets Jan, he is weepy, too sensitive; Eva wants children, he does not. The war suddenly arrives: rebels attack, neighbors die. When the other side restores order, Jan and Eva are arrested as collaborators. After frightening and roughing them up, the local colonel releases them; then he begins appearing at their farmhouse: to talk or to pursue Eva? He gives her money. The rebels return; chaos ensues. Jan becomes violent and murderous; they flee. Can they escape? If so, to what?
20.
Skammen (1968) as Director
A middle-aged couple living on a small island get caught up in a political revolution.
21.
Hour of the Wolf (1968) as Director
An artist shares his most painful memories with his wife during a long night on an isolated island.
22.
Persona (1967) as Director
An actress recovering from a breakdown exercises a strange hold over her nurse.
23.
All These Women (1964) as Director
A critic's efforts to write a biography are hampered by all the women in his subject's house.
24.
The Silence (1964) as Director
Two sisters deal with their tangled relationship while stranded in a war-torn city.
25.
Night Is My Future (1963) as Director
26.
Winter Light (1963) as Director
A disillusioned priest copes with his loss of faith.
27.
Port of Call (1963) as Director
28.
Through a Glass Darkly (1962) as Director
A recently released mental patient becomes obsessed with her younger brother.
29.
The Devil's Wanton (1962) as Director
30.
The Devil's Eye (1961) as Director
To save his soul, Don Juan bets Satan that he can seduce a minister's wife.
31.
Secrets of Women (1961) as Director
32.
The Virgin Spring (1960) as Director
A medieval knight seeks revenge when his daughter is murdered.
33.
Magician, The (1959) as Director
A 19th-century magician who heads a troupe of traveling illusionists come to a small Swedish town where the population doesn't believe in magic.
34.
Brink of Life (1958) as Director
Three women awaiting childbirth face turning points in their lives.
35.
Wild Strawberries (1957) as Director
On his way to an awards ceremony, a distinguished professor thinks back on his loveless life.
36.
The Seventh Seal (1957) as Director
A medieval knight challenges Death to a chess game to save himself and his friends.
37.
Smiles of a Summer Night (1955) as Director
An actress schemes to win back her married lover from his still virginal wife.
38.
Dreams (1955) as Director
A businesswoman and a model work through the man problems that haunt their sleep.
39.
A Lesson in Love (1954) as Director
A doctor and his bored wife seek romance outside their marriage.
40.
Summer with Monika (1953) as Director
A working-class couple's affair leads to marriage and a baby.
41.
Kvinnors Vantan (1952) as Director
Rakel, Marta, Karin and Annette are married to four brothers. While waiting in a summer cottage for their husbands to come home, they tell each other stories about their marriages. Rakel tells about the time she had an affair and confronted her husband with it. Marta's story is about how she at first refused to marry and had her child by herself. Karin tells about what happened when one time she and her husband got stuck in an elevator together. While the women tell their stories, Marta's younger sister Maj is planning to elope.
42.
Summer Interlude (1951) as Director
A young ballerina falls in love with a wealthy college-boy.
43.
Sant Hander Inte Har (1950) as Director
44.
Fangelse (1949) as Director
A movie director is approached by his old math teacher with a great movie idea: the Devil declares that the Earth is hell. The director rejects the idea, but subsequent events in the life of a writer, a friend of the director's, and a young prostitute he loves seem to prove the math teacher's idea.
45.
Torst (1949) as Director
Several stories by Birgit Tengroth intertwine. In 1946, nervous ballet dancer Rut and her husband Bertil are returning to Sweden from his scholarship tour around Italy. In a Basle hotel room and on a train they quarrel, give food through the window to starving Germans, overhear wisdoms about marriage by Swedish clergymen returning from a conference, and finally make up. In flashbacks, Rut reminisces her romance with middle-aged officer Raoul, her subsequent abortion, and her ballet career. In a seemingly separate episode set in quiet Stockholm during Midsummer, middle-aged widow Viola is harassed first by a psychiatrist, Dr. Rosengren, and then by a lesbian old school-friend Valborg, with tragic consequences.
46.
Musik i morker (1948) as Director
47.
Hamnstad (1948) as Director
Berit is a young woman with problems. She is suicidal and depressed. Since it has been impossible for her to live with her mother, she has spent many years in institutions. She has now gotten a job in an industry on the condition that she can live together with her mother again. Their relationship is very tense however. One night at a dance she meets stevedore Goesta. Will he be able to give her the support she needs?
48.
Skepp till India land (1947) as Director

Cast (feature film)

49.
Ljuset Haller Mig Sallskap (2002)
A look at the extraordinary life and work of Swedish director of photography Sven Nykvist, famous for his collaboration with directors Ingmar Bergman and Woody Allen. Diagnosed with an illness that inhibits his speech, the 77-year-old Nykvist was forced to end his 50 year career after finishing Alle
50.
Malou moter Ingmar Bergman och Erland Josephson (2000)
A probing and personal interview with legendary, reclusive director Ingmar Bergman, now 81-years-old, conducted in the company of Bergmans's actor and friend Erland Josephson. Bergman talks about aging and discusses his many wives, lovers, and children. Finally Bergman reflects on his 25 year marria
51.
Bergman's Rost (1997)
Ingmar Bergman discusses the work of other major film directors in an attempt to define what cinema is.
52.
Faro Document (1979) as Narration
53.
Fimpen (1974) as Johan'S Mother
Six year old Johan, a.k.a. Fimpen, loves football. One day his talents are discovered. It doesn't take long before Fimpen gets to travel around with the national team. Fimpen becomes an idol and media wants a piece of him all the time. It gets hard to catch up in school.
54.
Till Gladje (1973)
Stig and Marta are a young married couple who play together in the same Swedish orchestra. He is ambitious and idealistic, but she is more somber and contemplative.
55.
Ingmar Bergman (1972) as Himself
56.
The Ritual (1970) as Clergyman
A theatre troupe is called to court because of obscene performance material and an interrogation ensues, which causes them to expose their neuroses and inner psychological torments.
57.
Secrets of Women (1961) as Street character
58.
Dreams (1955) as Man In Hotel Corridor
A businesswoman and a model work through the man problems that haunt their sleep.
59.
A Lesson in Love (1954)
A doctor and his bored wife seek romance outside their marriage.
60.
Kvinnors Vantan (1952)
Rakel, Marta, Karin and Annette are married to four brothers. While waiting in a summer cottage for their husbands to come home, they tell each other stories about their marriages. Rakel tells about the time she had an affair and confronted her husband with it. Marta's story is about how she at first refused to marry and had her child by herself. Karin tells about what happened when one time she and her husband got stuck in an elevator together. While the women tell their stories, Marta's younger sister Maj is planning to elope.
61.
Torst (1949) as Tagpassagerare
Several stories by Birgit Tengroth intertwine. In 1946, nervous ballet dancer Rut and her husband Bertil are returning to Sweden from his scholarship tour around Italy. In a Basle hotel room and on a train they quarrel, give food through the window to starving Germans, overhear wisdoms about marriage by Swedish clergymen returning from a conference, and finally make up. In flashbacks, Rut reminisces her romance with middle-aged officer Raoul, her subsequent abortion, and her ballet career. In a seemingly separate episode set in quiet Stockholm during Midsummer, middle-aged widow Viola is harassed first by a psychiatrist, Dr. Rosengren, and then by a lesbian old school-friend Valborg, with tragic consequences.

Writer (feature film)

62.
Saraband (2004) as Screenwriter
Marianne and Johan meet again after thirty years without contact, when Marianne suddenly feels a need to see her ex-husband again. She decides to visit Johan at his old summer house in the western province of Dalarna. And so, one beautiful autumn day, there she is, beside his reclining chair, waking
63.
Faithless (2000) as Screenwriter
While writing a screenplay about infidelity, elderly film director Bergman converses with an actress in an effort to help create the character of Marianne. Within his screenplay, successful actress Marianne is happily married to Markus, a conductor. They have a nine-year old daughter, Isabelle. Mark
64.
In the Presence of a Clown (1998) as Screenwriter
Inventor Carl Akerblom is a 54-year-old man and admirer of Franz Shubert. He is also a patient in the psychiatric ward of Akademiska Hospital in Uppsala, after having attempted to beat to death his fiancee, Pauline Thibault. Together with another patient, Professor Osvald Vogler, they set up a film
65.
Private Confessions (1997) as Screenwriter
Autobiographical drama that follows the broken-down marriage of Ingmar Bergman's parents, focusing on five conversations his mother has with her husband, her lover, priest, mother and girlfriend.
66.
Sunday's Children (1992) as Screenwriter
A young boy accompanies his preacher father to a Sunday sermon.
67.
Best Intentions, The (1992) as Screenwriter
The story of the relationship between Ingmar Bergman's parents from the time they met in 1909 to 1918, the year Bergman was born. Although the period covered was a troubled one, the film focuses on the good intentions his parents had entering the marriage.
68.
Dokument Fanny och Alexander (1986) as Screenwriter
69.
After The Rehearsal (1984) as Screenwriter
70.
Karins Ansikte (1983) as Screenwriter
71.
Fanny and Alexander (1982) as Screenwriter
A widowed actress and her children suffer hardships when she mistakenly marries a conservative church leader.
72.
From the Life of the Marionettes (1980) as Screenwriter
73.
Faro Document (1979) as Screenwriter
74.
Autumn Sonata (1978) as Screenwriter
A concert pianist faces the daughters she's neglected for years.
75.
Little Night Music, A (1977) as From Film ("Smiles Of A Summer Night")
A group of people go to a country estate, each hoping to improve their romantic relationships while there.
76.
Serpent's Egg, The (1977) as From Story
Ingmar Bergman's The Serpent's Egg follows a week in the life of Abel Rosenberg, an out-of-work American circus acrobat living in poverty-stricken Berlin following Germany's defeat in World War I. When his brother commits suicide, Abel seeks refuge in the apartment of an old acquaintance Professor Veregus. Desperate to make ends meet in the war-ravaged city, Abel takes a job in Veregus' clinic, where he discovers the horrific truth behind the work of the strangely beneficent professor and unlocks the chilling mystery that drove his brother to kill himself.
77.
Serpent's Egg, The (1977) as Screenwriter
Ingmar Bergman's The Serpent's Egg follows a week in the life of Abel Rosenberg, an out-of-work American circus acrobat living in poverty-stricken Berlin following Germany's defeat in World War I. When his brother commits suicide, Abel seeks refuge in the apartment of an old acquaintance Professor Veregus. Desperate to make ends meet in the war-ravaged city, Abel takes a job in Veregus' clinic, where he discovers the horrific truth behind the work of the strangely beneficent professor and unlocks the chilling mystery that drove his brother to kill himself.
78.
Ansikte mot ansikte (1976) as Screenwriter
A sensitive exploration of the tragic irony of the psychiatrist suffering with mental illness. Dr. Jenny Isaksson (Liv Ullman) is a psychiatrist married to another psychiatrist; both are successful in their jobs but slowly, agonizingly, she succumbs to a breakdown. Jenny is haunted by images and emotions from her past and eventually cannot function, either as a wife, a doctor or as an individual.
79.
Magic Flute (1974) as Adaptation
A filmization of Mozart's opera about the kidnapping of the Queen's daughter.
80.
Magic Flute (1974) as Screenwriter
A filmization of Mozart's opera about the kidnapping of the Queen's daughter.
81.
Cries and Whispers (1973) as Screenwriter
A woman's impending death leads to painful memories and confrontations for herself and her two sisters.
82.
Till Gladje (1973) as Screenwriter
Stig and Marta are a young married couple who play together in the same Swedish orchestra. He is ambitious and idealistic, but she is more somber and contemplative.
83.
Scenes From a Marriage (1973) as Screenwriter
Over a ten-year period, a divorced couple work through their tormented relationship.
84.
The Touch (1971) as Screenwriter
85.
The Passion of Anna (1970) as Screenwriter
Mounting delusions keep a woman from recovering from the deaths of her husband and child.
86.
The Ritual (1970) as Screenwriter
A theatre troupe is called to court because of obscene performance material and an interrogation ensues, which causes them to expose their neuroses and inner psychological torments.
87.
Shame (1968) as Screenwriter
During civil war, two musicians retreat to a rural island to farm. They are apolitical; a neighbor sometimes gives them a fish; wine is a luxury. They love each other, but there are problems: the war upsets Jan, he is weepy, too sensitive; Eva wants children, he does not. The war suddenly arrives: rebels attack, neighbors die. When the other side restores order, Jan and Eva are arrested as collaborators. After frightening and roughing them up, the local colonel releases them; then he begins appearing at their farmhouse: to talk or to pursue Eva? He gives her money. The rebels return; chaos ensues. Jan becomes violent and murderous; they flee. Can they escape? If so, to what?
88.
Skammen (1968) as Screenwriter
A middle-aged couple living on a small island get caught up in a political revolution.
89.
Hour of the Wolf (1968) as Screenwriter
An artist shares his most painful memories with his wife during a long night on an isolated island.
90.
Persona (1967) as Screenwriter
An actress recovering from a breakdown exercises a strange hold over her nurse.
91.
All These Women (1964) as Scr (see note)
A critic's efforts to write a biography are hampered by all the women in his subject's house.
92.
The Silence (1964) as Screenwriter
Two sisters deal with their tangled relationship while stranded in a war-torn city.
93.
Winter Light (1963) as Screenwriter
A disillusioned priest copes with his loss of faith.
94.
Port of Call (1963) as Screenwriter
95.
Through a Glass Darkly (1962) as Screenwriter
A recently released mental patient becomes obsessed with her younger brother.
96.
The Devil's Wanton (1962) as Screenwriter
97.
The Devil's Eye (1961) as Screenwriter
To save his soul, Don Juan bets Satan that he can seduce a minister's wife.
98.
Secrets of Women (1961) as Screenwriter
99.
Lustgarden (1961) as Screenwriter
A small picturesque town at the turn of the century. The traditional morals of the townspeople are shaken when they find out that the school teacher FranzTn published his poetry anonymously many years ago. At the same time he acknowledges his love affair with a waitress at the city hotel, Fanny. What is most upsetting is the fact that Fanny has a grownup daughter, Anna, with no known father. Could their poet teacher be the father although they are not married?
100.
Magician, The (1959) as Screenwriter
A 19th-century magician who heads a troupe of traveling illusionists come to a small Swedish town where the population doesn't believe in magic.
101.
The Seventh Seal (1957) as Play As Source Material ("Tramalning")
A medieval knight challenges Death to a chess game to save himself and his friends.
102.
The Seventh Seal (1957) as Screenwriter
A medieval knight challenges Death to a chess game to save himself and his friends.
103.
Wild Strawberries (1957) as Screenwriter
On his way to an awards ceremony, a distinguished professor thinks back on his loveless life.
104.
Dreams (1955) as Screenwriter
A businesswoman and a model work through the man problems that haunt their sleep.
105.
Smiles of a Summer Night (1955) as Screenwriter
An actress schemes to win back her married lover from his still virginal wife.
106.
A Lesson in Love (1954) as Screenwriter
A doctor and his bored wife seek romance outside their marriage.
107.
Summer with Monika (1953) as Screenwriter
A working-class couple's affair leads to marriage and a baby.
108.
Kvinnors Vantan (1952) as Screenwriter
Rakel, Marta, Karin and Annette are married to four brothers. While waiting in a summer cottage for their husbands to come home, they tell each other stories about their marriages. Rakel tells about the time she had an affair and confronted her husband with it. Marta's story is about how she at first refused to marry and had her child by herself. Karin tells about what happened when one time she and her husband got stuck in an elevator together. While the women tell their stories, Marta's younger sister Maj is planning to elope.
109.
Franskild (1951) as From Story
110.
Franskild (1951) as Screenwriter
111.
Summer Interlude (1951) as Screenwriter
A young ballerina falls in love with a wealthy college-boy.
112.
Fangelse (1949) as Screenwriter
A movie director is approached by his old math teacher with a great movie idea: the Devil declares that the Earth is hell. The director rejects the idea, but subsequent events in the life of a writer, a friend of the director's, and a young prostitute he loves seem to prove the math teacher's idea.
113.
Hamnstad (1948) as Additional Dialogue
Berit is a young woman with problems. She is suicidal and depressed. Since it has been impossible for her to live with her mother, she has spent many years in institutions. She has now gotten a job in an industry on the condition that she can live together with her mother again. Their relationship is very tense however. One night at a dance she meets stevedore Goesta. Will he be able to give her the support she needs?
114.
Eva (1948) as From Story
During WW2 in neutral Sweden, young sailor Bo, son of a railway stationmaster, comes home from the Navy and reminisces a childhood accident. At age twelve, he ran away in a steam locomotive together with a blind 10-year-old girl. The engine derailed, and the little girl got killed. Feelings of guilt haunt Bo even in his courtship with Eva, a beautiful local girl. In Stockholm, Bo sees a nightmare about plotting to kill his roommate G÷ran together with G÷ran's flirtatious girlfriend Susanne. In a third act, Eva and Bo are married and living on a remote island off Stockholm. When it's time to give birth, Bo has to row the stormy seas and fears again that he will cause another death.
115.
Hamnstad (1948) as Adaptation
Berit is a young woman with problems. She is suicidal and depressed. Since it has been impossible for her to live with her mother, she has spent many years in institutions. She has now gotten a job in an industry on the condition that she can live together with her mother again. Their relationship is very tense however. One night at a dance she meets stevedore Goesta. Will he be able to give her the support she needs?
116.
Hamnstad (1948) as Screenwriter
Berit is a young woman with problems. She is suicidal and depressed. Since it has been impossible for her to live with her mother, she has spent many years in institutions. She has now gotten a job in an industry on the condition that she can live together with her mother again. Their relationship is very tense however. One night at a dance she meets stevedore Goesta. Will he be able to give her the support she needs?
117.
Eva (1948) as Screenwriter
During WW2 in neutral Sweden, young sailor Bo, son of a railway stationmaster, comes home from the Navy and reminisces a childhood accident. At age twelve, he ran away in a steam locomotive together with a blind 10-year-old girl. The engine derailed, and the little girl got killed. Feelings of guilt haunt Bo even in his courtship with Eva, a beautiful local girl. In Stockholm, Bo sees a nightmare about plotting to kill his roommate G÷ran together with G÷ran's flirtatious girlfriend Susanne. In a third act, Eva and Bo are married and living on a remote island off Stockholm. When it's time to give birth, Bo has to row the stormy seas and fears again that he will cause another death.
118.
Skepp till India land (1947) as Screenwriter
119.
Hets (1944) as Screenwriter
Jan-Erik Widgren is a high-school senior. His Latin teacher, Caligula, is feared by everybody, both teachers and students. Widgren falls in love with Berta, who works in a tobacco store. She tells him that she is harassed by a mean, sadistic man, but does not tell him that it is Caligula himself.

Producer (feature film)

120.
Karins Ansikte (1983) as Producer
121.
Sally och friheten (1981) as Producer
122.
123.
Min Alskade (1979) as Executive Producer
124.
Autumn Sonata (1978) as Producer
A concert pianist faces the daughters she's neglected for years.
125.
Paradistorg (1977) as Producer
126.
Ansikte mot ansikte (1976) as Producer
A sensitive exploration of the tragic irony of the psychiatrist suffering with mental illness. Dr. Jenny Isaksson (Liv Ullman) is a psychiatrist married to another psychiatrist; both are successful in their jobs but slowly, agonizingly, she succumbs to a breakdown. Jenny is haunted by images and emotions from her past and eventually cannot function, either as a wife, a doctor or as an individual.
127.
Scenes From a Marriage (1973) as Producer
Over a ten-year period, a divorced couple work through their tormented relationship.
128.
Cries and Whispers (1973) as Producer
A woman's impending death leads to painful memories and confrontations for herself and her two sisters.
129.
The Touch (1971) as Producer

Music (feature film)

130.
Magician, The (1959) as Lyrics
A 19th-century magician who heads a troupe of traveling illusionists come to a small Swedish town where the population doesn't believe in magic.
131.
Smiles of a Summer Night (1955) as Lyrics ("Bort Med Sorg Och Bitterhet")
An actress schemes to win back her married lover from his still virginal wife.

Assistant Direction (feature film)

132.
Hets (1944) as Assistant Director
Jan-Erik Widgren is a high-school senior. His Latin teacher, Caligula, is feared by everybody, both teachers and students. Widgren falls in love with Berta, who works in a tobacco store. She tells him that she is harassed by a mean, sadistic man, but does not tell him that it is Caligula himself.

Production Companies (feature film)

133.
Persona (1967) as Company
An actress recovering from a breakdown exercises a strange hold over her nurse.
134.
Winter Light (1963) as Company
A disillusioned priest copes with his loss of faith.
135.
Through a Glass Darkly (1962) as Company
A recently released mental patient becomes obsessed with her younger brother.
136.
The Devil's Eye (1961) as Company
To save his soul, Don Juan bets Satan that he can seduce a minister's wife.
137.
Secrets of Women (1961) as Company

Film Production - Main (feature film)

138.
Autumn Sonata (1978) as Production Supervisor
A concert pianist faces the daughters she's neglected for years.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

139.
Rachel Papers, The (1989)
Story of a young man's obsession with a beautiful woman.
140.
Rachel Papers, The (1989)
Story of a young man's obsession with a beautiful woman.
141.
Splendor (1988)
A romantic drama focusing on fifty years in the life of a movie theater.
142.
Splendor (1988)
A romantic drama focusing on fifty years in the life of a movie theater.
145.
Medan Staden Sover (1950)
Jompa is unemployed - and not keen on getting a job. He still lives with his parents who are tired of his attitude about employment and regular hours. Jompa and his friends spend their time at nightclubs, cafes and doing petty crimes. While playing poker, Jompa becomes indebted to the criminal Kalle Lund. Of course, Jompa is unable to pay, but Kalle gives him a tip: an old fetcher has always a lot of money at home, and if Jompa could get his hands on the money, his troubles would disappear...

Special Thanks (feature film)

146.
Last Action Hero (1993) as Thanks ("The Seventh Seal")
A teenage boy's unfulfilling life takes a strange turn when he gets sucked into an action film and teams up with its hero, Jack Slater.

Writer (special)

147.
Little Night Music, A (1990) as From Film ("Smiles Of A Summer Night")
The New York City Opera revival of the Stephen Sondheim musical about the romantic entanglements of a jaded, middle-aged actress, her jaded former lover, his innocent young wife, and his naive young son during an enchanted summer weekend in the country.

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