Speak Up! It's So Dark
|Speak Up! It's So Dark|
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|Directed by||Suzanne Osten|
|Produced by||Christer Nilson|
|Written by||Niklas Rådström|
|Edited by||Michal Leszczylowski|
|Distributed by||First Run Features (United States VHS)|
Speak Up! It's So Dark (Swedish: Tala! Det är så mörkt) is a 1993 Swedish drama film directed by Suzanne Osten. At the 29th Guldbagge Awards, Simon Norrthon was nominated for the Best Actor award and Niklas Rådström was nominated for Best Screenplay.
An elderly Jewish man (Etienne Glaser) befriends a young neo-nazi (Simon Norrthon) on a train and invites him to his home. Through a series of discussions the two gradually come to understand each other better.
- Etienne Glaser as Jacob
- Simon Norrthon as Sören the skinhead
- Anna-Yrsa Falenius as Raped Woman
- Anders Garpe as Sören's Father
- Gertrud Gidlund as Sören's Mother
- Pia Johansson as Nurse
- 1993: Créteil International Women's Film Festival - Grand Prix (Suzanne Osten)
- "Tala! Det är så mörkt (1993)". Swedish Film Institute. 6 April 2014.
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