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A Breach in the Wall (2003)

Sprickorna i muren (original title)
Lars interrupts his studies in mathematics at Uppsala University. Instead he takes a job as a teacher in an industrial community. When he discovers that one of his students is a mathematical genius, his desire for studies awakens.

Director:

Jimmy Karlsson

Writers:

Lars Gustafsson (novel), Jimmy Karlsson
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Cast

Credited cast:
Magnus Krepper ... Lars Herdin
Sverrir Gudnason ... Jonny
Johanna Lazcano Johanna Lazcano ... Claire (as Johanna Lazcano Osterman)
Ann-Sofie Rase Ann-Sofie Rase ... Ingrid
Tord Peterson ... Ebbeling
Anders Palm Anders Palm ... Pappan
Eva Fritjofson Eva Fritjofson ... Mamman
Kristoffer Pianadai Kristoffer Pianadai ... Lillebror
Rolf Lydahl ... Wedelin
Henrik Lundström ... Degen
Adam Jonasson Adam Jonasson ... Thomas
Ismo Nurmilehto Ismo Nurmilehto ... Kommissarie Lehtinen
Tomas Östling Tomas Östling ... Professor Karlander
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lennart Persson Lennart Persson ... Mannen på bänken
Harriet Pettersson Harriet Pettersson ... Nurse
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Lars interrupts his studies in mathematics at Uppsala University. Instead he takes a job as a teacher in an industrial community. When he discovers that one of his students is a mathematical genius, his desire for studies awakens.

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

14 February 2003 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

A Breach in the Wall See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Jag är en liten pojk
Music by Pugh Rogefeldt
Lyrics by Bernt Staf and Pugh Rogefeldt
Sung by Pugh Rogefeldt
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Beautiful and touching
24 November 2003 | by editorlisaSee all my reviews

A subtle, touching film that harkens back to 1970's American auteur style of directing. Jimmy Karlson deftly creates complex characters and sets the film against the backdrop of an important time in Sweden's (and the world's history). Magnus Krepper is wonderful as the lead. Definitely worth seeing!


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