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Swedish Film Week
 
 
Date: 20-28 March 2017 
 
Swedish Programme, School of Modern Languages and Cultures HKU  has the pleasure of inviting you to the Swedish Film Week:

Swedish Film Week 
 
March 20 (Mon) 6 pm
CPD-3.04, Centennial Campus, HKU
Underdog   (Svenskjävel)
Dino, a young Swedsih girl, has fled the Swedish mass unemployment for a new life in Oslo. But like Many other immigrant Swedes she finds herself outcast and surviving on little money, irregular work and hard partying. She finds work as a housekeeper in a upper middle class Norwegian house, she is thrown into a life very far from her own. And during a few summer weeks, the family father Steffan and his teenage daughter Ida find themselves competing in a way nobody could have predicted. This movie is PG.
 
March 27 (Mon) 6 pm
CPD-3.04, Centennial Campus, HKU
Nice People (Filip & Fredrik presenterar Trevligt folk)
A group of young men who fled war in Somalia have ended up in rural Sweden where integration is tough. Something needs to be done. Local entrepreneur Patrik Andersson get an idea, why not use sport as a means of bridging people together? The Goal: to create the first ever Somali national team in bandy and make it to the world championship in Siberia. This is a story about racism and fear, but it’s also about bravery and doing something that hasn’t been done before.
 
March 28 (Tue) 6 pm
CPD-3.28, Centennial Campus, HKU
Bikes Vs Cars
The bicycle, an amazing tool for change. Activists and cities all over the world are moving towards a new system. But will the economic powers allow it? Climate change and never-ending gridlocks frustrate people more than ever. Instead of whining, people in cities around the world take on the bicycle as a Do It Yourself solution. Road rage and poor city planning creates daily death amongst the bicyclists. And now they demand safe lanes.

 
 
     
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