Lasermannen (TV series)

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Lasermannen
GenreDrama
Written byUlf Ryberg
Directed byMikael Marcimain
StarringDavid Dencik
Sten Ljunggren
Sten Johan Hedman
Composer(s)Malou Meilink
Country of originSweden
No. of episodes3
Production
Executive producer(s)Marianne Gray
Producer(s)Susann Billberg-Rydholm
Production location(s)Stockholm, Sweden
CinematographyHoyte van Hoytema
Editor(s)Mattias Morheden
Running time3 × 90 min
Production company(s)SVT Drama
Release
Original networkSVT
Original release23 November –
7 December 2005

Lasermannen ("The Laserman") is a Swedish mini series based on real events produced by SVT Drama,[1] based on the bestselling book Lasermannen – en berättelse om Sverige by Gellert Tamas, which is based on the Lasermannen events. It is known as one of the Swedish movie-industry's most well-made and well-acted films. Not to be confused with the Swedish documentary also called "Lasermannen" or "Lasermannen (en dokumentär)".

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The three-part mini series follows the police investigation of a series of brutal shootings against immigrants in Stockholm during the early 1990s, and the story is intwined with the life and tragic history of the lone-wolf racist serial shooter John Ausonius, played by the look-alike actor David Dencik.

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