Stockholm East is the love story between two strangers, bound together by a tragedy that has taken its toll on both their lives and relationships. When Johan and Anna meet at the railway station connecting Stockholm with the idyllic suburbs where they both live, they embark on a dangerous journey of passion and lies.
Based on the extraordinary true story of the European city’s 1973 bank heist and hostage crisis that was documented in the 1974 New Yorker article “The Bank Drama” by Daniel Lang. The events grasped the world’s attention when the hostages bonded with their captors and turned against the authorities, giving rise to the psychological phenomenon known as “Stockholm Syndrome.”
The story of the encounter between a boy and a girl. He confesses that he fell in love with her at first sight, but she does not believe him. However, as they walk through the night in Madrid, they share their desires, secrets, and maybe a few little lies. But soon the film brings us back to the harsh reality of power struggles, psychological games and conflicts between the sexes. Stockholm thus offers an incredible reading of the relations between young people today.
Stockholm My Love is a city symphony, a love letter to Stockholm, the fiction debut of director Mark Cousins and the acting debut of musician Neneh Cherry. It follows one woman's footsteps through the streets of her native city, on a journey of recovery from a bad thing that happened to her exactly one year before. It's an exploration of grief, identity and the power of architecture and urbanism to shape lives, and a celebration of the power of walking and looking to make us all feel just a little bit better. With new music by Neneh Cherry, old music by Benny Andersson (of ABBA) and Franz Berwald, and images by Christopher Doyle and Mark Cousins.
A gardener decides to exact revenge on the men he believes to be responsible for the death of his mentally disturbed wife.
A young woman is returned home to her biological parents after living with her abductor for 17 years.
Knatten and Janne, just released from the prison of Långholmen, meet a romantic Stockholm in the 40s. Knatten tries to earn money while Janne is looking for the music.
"The King of Kungsan" - The film is loosely based on a true story about Paolo Roberto, later a professional boxer and TV presenter. Because of his Italian roots, Paolo is dealing with an identity crisis. With an admiration of kung fu films and with his teenage aggressions, the kung fu films have a negative impact on him, which tempts him to practice violence on innocent citizens in Stockholm.
The film is a commercial for the department store PUB in Stockholm . It is the film debut for Greta Garbo who at that time was working as a clerk at the store.
Getaway in Stockholm 10: Porsche 911 GT3 and Lamborghini Gallardo (2009)
This is the true story of the failed bank robbery-cum-hostage taking in a bank at the square Norrmalmstorg in Stockholm, in September 1973. The Stockholm Syndrome is named after this incident.
Danko Jones, Canadian rock group, recorded live at München-Bryggeriet, Stockholm Sweden, March 15th 2006. Track List: 1. I'm alive and on fire 2. Sticky situation 3. Forget my name 4. Sugar chocolate 5. First date 6. Way to my heart 7. Wait a minute 8. Don't fall in love 9. Baby hates me 10. Invisible 11. Woogie boogie 12. The cross 13. The finger 14. Play the blues 15. Suicide woman 16. She's drugs 17. Lovercall 18. Sleep is the enemy 19. Love is unkind 20. Mountain
Ken Clark is such a lug. All he wants out of his visit to Stockholm is a Swedish girl but luckily for us he gets much more. I say luckily because this is a heck of a fun movie. Clark plays Dick Worth, an American racing driver in Stockholm to put on an exhibition that his boss Bennet (Jess Hahn) hopes will result in orders for cars. At least that's what Worth believes. Worth gets drawn into CIA business when he is mistaken for a spy and takes on the job of recovering the Fuller Report, CIA information about an assassination plot.
The first Swedish film by photographer Ernest Florman. Kung Oscar II welcomes King Chulalonkorn of Siam, now Thailand, at Logårdstrappan. King Chulalonkorn visited Sweden in connection with Stockholmsutställningen 1897.
The end of the 1960s and early 1970s brought a political crisis in the communist countries, especially in Yugoslavia.
The Victoriastadium is totally destroyed in a bomb attack and Christina Furhage, head-responsible for the Olympic Games in Stockholm, dies with it. Why did someone destroy the stadium and why is Christina murdered? The police desperately seek for clues that will lead them to the perpetrator but without any luck. As the Olympic Games draws near the situation becomes more desperate. Annika Bengtzon, a reporter for Kvällsposten, se a connection that no one else sees and without understanding it she starts a carousel that in the end will threaten her own life.
A bus driver who's responsible for the death of five people tries to get a hold on his life again.
A bank robber ends up falling for one of his hostages.
"The Heist" - Four young criminals are planning a heist against a racecourse and in order to obtain a seed capital they rob a gambling den. They celebrate the successful heist by throwing a party but it turns out to be a lot of disagreement within the group.
In TV4’s new documentary series The Stockholm Police, the viewers get to follow the police’s work in Sweden's capital closely. What does a day, or a night, look like at work for the police officers that make a difference on our streets during every work period? The same officers that also constantly feels inadequate and frustrated in a new, tougher reality.
Beck follows the Swedish police officer Martin Beck and his partner Gunvald Larson investigating various crimes.
The black comedy starts with the death of Avishai Sar-Shalom, a renowned economist and leading Nobel prize candidate. His body is found by his four close old friends, and moments before calling an ambulance, one of them brings up with an idea. Only a few days separate between an economy professor that would be forgotten and a Nobel Prize winner.
A series of violent murders paralyze Stockholm. Private investigator Fredrika Bergman and her colleagues seek out to solve these crimes, but soon their existence is put under threat.
The Real World: Stockholm was the first reality television show to be broadcast on Swedish television. Based on the successful American TV show The Real World, the show premiered on October 1, 1995 on TV1000. Following the show's success, The Real World: Visby aired in 1996, but it became the last Real World season in Sweden following poor ratings.