Docking the Boat

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Docking the Boat
Docking the Boat.jpg
Swedish poster.
Directed by Tage Danielsson
Produced by Lars-Owe Carlberg
Written by Hans Alfredson
Tage Danielsson
Starring Monica Zetterlund
Lars Ekborg
Birgitta Andersson
Gösta Ekman
Music by Lars Färnlöf
Charles Redland
Cinematography Martin Bodin
Editing by Carl-Olov Skeppstedt
Running time 102 min.
Country Sweden
Language Swedish

Docking the Boat (Swedish: Att angöra en brygga, or sometimes: To Go Ashore) is a Swedish dark comedy film from 1965 directed by Tage Danielsson. The film stars Gösta Ekman, Monica Zetterlund, Hans Alfredson, Lars Ekborg and Birgitta Andersson have acquired a mild cult following in Sweden for their acting in this film. Monica Zetterlund also performed the theme song.

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A group of friends are to celebrate the summer on a small island in the Stockholm Archipelago. The plan is to eat crayfish and drink snaps, a quintessentially Swedish tradition. Some are already in the house on the island (with the food) and the rest of the group arrives by boat (bringing the snaps), but they experience great difficulties while trying to come ashore. Their only neighbor on the island, an eccentric, Hollywood-obsessed, hot-tempered hermit doesn't make the situation better.

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