The Score (1978 film)
|Directed by||Christer Dahl|
|Produced by||Bo Jonsson|
|Written by||Lasse Strömstedt|
|Music by||Christer Boustedt|
|Edited by||Lasse Strömstedt|
|Distributed by||Europa Film|
The Score (Swedish: Lyftet) is a 1978 Swedish crime film, based on the Kenneth Ahl (Lasse Strömstedt/Christer Dahl) novel with the same name. The film deals with different themes such as drug addiction, institutionalisation, and the Swedish criminal justice system.
Kennet, a drug addict and incorrigible petty criminal, longs to even 'the score,' which is not in his favor.
- Anders Lönnbro as Kennet Ahl, the main protagonist.
- Bodil Mårtensson as Karin Åberg
- Carl-Axel Heiknert as Oskar Åberg, Karin's father
- Siv Ericks as Linnéa Åberg, Karin's mother
- Pale Olofsson as "Varan"
- Roland Jansson as "Eleganten"
- Weiron Holmberg as Curt Storm
- Sten Ljunggren as "Bromsbandet"
- Roland Hedlund as "Sundsvalls-Jesus"
- Lasse Strömstedt as Douglas Andersson
- Bo Högberg as "Roten"
- Lena Lindgren as Vera Lind
- Anders Granström as Piketen leader
- Bernt Ström as Union leader
- Peter Stormare as Prisoner, the main antagonist
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