On the Loose (1985 film)
|On the Loose|
|Directed by||Staffan Hildebrand|
|Produced by||Hillar Loor|
|Written by||Staffan Hildebrand|
|Distributed by||Föreningsfilmo AB|
|Release date(s)||December 6, 1985|
|Running time||32 mins|
On the Loose is a Swedish film released in 1985. It was directed by Staffan Hildebrand and distributed by Föreningsfilmo AB. It stars Tomas Fryk and Carina Lindström and features appearances by rock 'n' roll singer Jerry Williams and the hard rock band Europe.
Peter works as a welder in his hometown Katrineholm, but dreams of getting a better job with more money. When Europe comes to Katrineholm to do a concert, Peter finds out that his girlfriend Nina had a relationship with the band's vocalist Joey Tempest many years ago. Peter thinks Nina wants to get back together with Joey, so he gets very jealous, gets drunk at the concert and goes berserk. The safety officer Frasse makes Peter realize he should pull himself together and go sort things out with Nina.
- Tomas Fryk as Peter
- Carina Lindström as Nina
- Jerry Williams as Frasse
- Europe as themselves:
- Thomas Erdtman as Europe's manager
- Joakim Ramstedt as security guard
- Frank Nietsch as security guard
- Johnny Aland as Peter's co-worker
- Henrik Nilsson as Peter's co-worker
- Jan-Erik Piotrowski as Peter's co-worker
- Stig Winblad as Peter's co-worker
- Stefan Perzanowski as Peter's co-worker
The soundtrack was written by Joey Tempest and featured the songs "Rock the Night", "On the Loose" and "Broken Dreams". It was released as an EP. A live performance of "Rock the Night" by Europe is shown in the film. The John Lennon song "Working Class Hero" is also featured in the film, as sung by Jerry Williams.
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