Sibling relationships are the longest-lasting in life but often not the most cherished. The Andersson brothers grew up in a working-class home in Gothenburg. Roy became an internationally acclaimed filmmaker while Ronny ended up as a homeless man. Kjell became a documentary filmmaker, and Leif lives as a disability pensioner. Johanna Bernhardson makes her feature film debut with a story about how life can turn out so differently despite seemingly similar circumstances. Through the portrayal of her father Leif and her uncles – with alcohol as a common thread – she also tells a tale of inheritance that stretches generations backward (and forward) in time. At the same time, she tries to get the brothers to stop sulking and reunite – before it’s too late.


Distribution: TriArt

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