Not all battles are violent. Meet a courageous group of women who takes on both the male rulers of the day and a corrupt grocery industry. Savvy is their strategy and cans of healthy food ...
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Pål dreams about success within the musical world, but he has an obstacle; himself. His deep thoughts keeps him end up in trouble. We follow Pål on a emotional inner travel to find his call on the swedish west coast of Gothenburg.
When the factory in Molkom shuts down, Robin leaves his beloved hometown to try his luck in Stockholm as a wedding photographer. This experience changes not merely his outlook on life but also his hairstyle.
Björn A. Ling,
Jenny and Cecilia are two women in their 60s who live a regular middle class life in Kalmar. But when both realize that the future is anything but light for them, they decide to do something drastic, robbing a bank office in Stockholm.
Tomas von Brömssen
Not all battles are violent. Meet a courageous group of women who takes on both the male rulers of the day and a corrupt grocery industry. Savvy is their strategy and cans of healthy food are their weapons. The three hour drama series "Miss Friman's War" is a humorous and poignant story about friendship and fighting for your dreams. It addresses topics that are as relevant today as they were then: the demand for good, unspoiled food and the struggle for equal rights. Although "Miss Friman's War" is a work of fiction, the story is partly based on actual events around the all-female food co-op "Svenska Hem", which was founded long before women even had the right to vote.Written by
Filmed in preserved parts of Stockholm, such as Gamla stan and Skansen. See more »
A very good TV series about the women movement
I have seen all seasons of Fröken Frimans krig. I have also study history at the university. There are some problems with Svenska hem, but this is a fiction TV series, and i have seen historical movies and TV series how is worst then this one. Like i said the historian Anita du Rietz have point out some wrong about the real story behind the TV series, but it have with Svenska Hem to do, and not women situation in Sweden under this time. And a fun facts are that Sissela Kyle, how play Fröken Friman, her mother is the historian Gunhild Kyle and is the first professor in women history in Sweden. I like the show, even with the problems. The actors is really good and some of the finest Swedish actors and actress. I like the story they try to tell the women movement in a new way. The third season is very good, the best of the seasons. This is a fiction and not a documentary, but they have done a documentary about the real Svenska hem, to the third season. I most say I just love Allan Svensson and Ulla Skoog.
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