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Hans Alfredson and Tage Danielsson were Sweden’s most popular comedians for over thirty years. They united conservatives and anarchists in laughter. Their films, songs and books affected an entire nation and was the glue that made the Swedish welfare state stick together. When Tage Danielsson died only 57 years old, Hans Alfredson lost a father figure and Sweden a national symbol. And when Prime Minister Olof Palme was shot dead on the street a few months later, the Swedish welfare state started falling into pieces. For the first time, the Alfredson and Danielsson families open up the archives and give us exclusive access to their stories, photographs and recordings. Directed by Jane Magnusson.

Released in 2019.