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Uppdrag: Skomakarligan, Documentary, 1982

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polit1 SE

2017-02-25 13:41

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The Swedish Film Database: Link to "www.sfi.se"

chicomarx BE

2017-02-28 20:53

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@polit1 I suppose that's not enough information, as it's been sitting for 3 days. The pics are ok.

polit1 SE

2017-03-01 15:50

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chicomarx wrote @polit1 I suppose that's not enough information, as it's been sitting for 3 days. The pics are ok.

I suppose so too. I don't know why this movie hasn't yet got an IMDB entry. Uppdrag: Skomakarligan received the Prix Italia award in 1982 for best documentary. The same year it also received Guldantennen, a Swedish award for independent filmmakers.

The movie follows the drug squad in Stockholm, in their hunt for Skomakarligan (The Cobbler Gang), a criminal gang involved in large scale heroin dealing.

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chicomarx BE

2017-03-02 01:00

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I would say yes based on awards and there's not too much background, but I'll wait for a second yes vote.
As there's also no wiki entry, no DVD.

dsl SX

2017-03-02 01:35

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2nd yes vote has arrived.

polit1 SE

2017-03-02 15:14

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chicomarx wrote I would say yes based on awards and there's not too much background, but I'll wait for a second yes vote.
As there's also no wiki entry, no DVD.

Thanks for the answer. The movie has a lot of street scenes with many cars but I only took the ones clearly seen for a longer time, or the ones important for the story.

The movie has yet to see a DVD release. I think it's the Swedish national public TV broadcaster, SVT, who owns the rights. A while ago, you could see the movie on their website. Now it's on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHddpY9DuoQ

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