|Directed by||Daniel Fridell|
|Produced by||Daniel Fridell
|Written by||Daniel Fridell|
Ray Jones IV
|Music by||Niklas Strömstedt
The plot starts with Adam and a gang of white power skinheads setting a reception center for asylum-seekers on fire. One of those fleeing the center is Julia from Peru, and for Adam, it is love at first sight. Despite the title of the film, it takes place in the middle of summer, around the National Day of Sweden, 6 June. However, 30 November is a date when Swedish neo-Nazis have often organized marches commemorating King Charles XII.
About the film
The film has later aired over Sveriges Television and TV4, and was released to video in September 1995. The TV and video versions run at 111 minutes. It is a reinterpretation of Romeo and Juliet, mostly the scene for scene.
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