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Hjärta av sten (2000)

Viktor, an Afghanistan veteran, comes to Stockholm on behalf of the Russian mafia. Ronny is a Swedish policeman, educated in the east and with a strong will to stop the mafia with violence.... See full summary »

Director:

Martin Munthe
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ilja Jakerson Ilja Jakerson ... Viktor
Allan Svensson ... Ronny Asplund
Therese Grankvist ... Josefin
Vladimir Dikanski ... Durov
Brasse Brännström ... Urban Molander
Michael Nyqvist ... Lev
Gouram Avetian Gouram Avetian ... Papaleksi
Anna Pannone Anna Pannone ... Charlotte
Inga Lüning Inga Lüning ... Tanten
Robert Jelinek ... Joggaren
Christian Gustavsson Christian Gustavsson ... Man i butiken
Mike Beck ... Producenten (as Mikael Beckman)
Jonas Jansson Jonas Jansson ... Åke
Olof Stierna Olof Stierna ... Bogdan
Richard Lidberg Richard Lidberg ... Olof Skön
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Viktor, an Afghanistan veteran, comes to Stockholm on behalf of the Russian mafia. Ronny is a Swedish policeman, educated in the east and with a strong will to stop the mafia with violence. Josefin, a young woman, becomes a witness to a homicide but doesn't dare to tell what she has seen. Soon Viktor who is hunted by both the mafia and the police feels that his inner self starts to protest against the "Heart of stone" he has created for himself during many years of violent fights. Written by Jonas Carlson

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Genres:

Action | Thriller

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

24 November 2000 (Sweden) See more »

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Budget:

SEK 3,000,000 (estimated)
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Referenced in Nobellvägen (2004) See more »

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Worst film ever made?
31 March 2006 | by bkarlsson75See all my reviews

This might be the worst film ever made.

Swedish films like this are in general pretty bad but this one is extremely bad. It's so bad it hurts. The photography is hideous and the sound is even worse. The dialog is laughable and the story is impossible to care about. And it wasn't even enough for a full movie. It ends after only 75 minutes (luckily).

You wouldn't believe it after watching it, but there are quite a few great actors in it. Don't know what they're doing there. And even though there are thousands of either fantastic, good or just half-decent films from all times and from the whole world, this one was on Swedish TV tonight. Why?


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