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Ola Rapace In Mördaren Ljuger Inte Ensam (2012)

By: Anders Frejdh
Ola Rapace Mordaren ljuger inte ensam
Mördaren ljuger inte ensam - starring Ola Rapace from Skyfall (2012) - premieres in cinemas around Sweden on March 8, 2013.

Mary Lang's crime thriller Mördaren ljuger inte ensam is based on the first book with Inspector Christer Wijk (Ola Rapace), Puck and Einar Bure.

Puck is invited by his university tutor to celebrate Midsummer at his solitary place on an island in Lake Skoga, along with a group of friends, including Einar Bure. The summer night is deceptively beautiful and erotic tensions between the guests arise. But when Puck and Einar, who know each other from before, have been out and about, Puck finds one of the female guests murdered. Einar calls his friend Christer Wijk, a detective professionally, but when he arrives to the crime scene the corpse is gone without a trace.

The communication with the outside world is broken entirely when the island's single boat disappears. Everyone is trapped on the island - and someone in the party is a killer...

The first film in a series of six stand-alone thrillers. Other films of the series: Kung Liljekonvalje, Inte flera mord, Rosor, kyssar och döden, Farliga drömmar och Tragedi på en lantkyrkogård.

Film details:
Theatrical release: 8 March, 2013
Running time: 1 hour 29 minutes
Classification: PG-11
Audio format: SR, 5.1
Aspect ratio: Cinemascope
Production Company: Pampas Produktion
Theatrical distributor in Sweden: Svensk Filmindustri (SF)
TV distributor in Sweden: TV4

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Director: Birger Larsen ("Steget efter", "Den som dräper" and the TV series "Brottet")
Main cast: Ola Rapace, Tuva Novotny, Linus Wahlgren.

About OLA RAPACE: (by AF and based on the film's press material)
Ola Rapace is trained at the Theatre Academy in Gothenburg between 1995 and 1999. For several years, during his time at the drama school, Ola worked at the Backa Theatre and at the Uppsala City Theatre. At the Stockholm City Theatre he recently appeared in ”Kontakt med Gud" (2010), directed by Mattias Andersson, and in "Angels in America 1-11" (2011) directed by Eva Dahlman.

In 1999, he was critically acclaimed for his performance in Lukas Moodysson's blockbuster "Together". But it was as Hoffa, in the series ”Tusenbröder” and ”Tusenbröder 2” directed by Erik Leo Borg, that Ola got his definitive breakthrough as an actor. The series was aired during a third season and was also filmed in the feature film "Tusenbröder – Återkomsten" (2006). Between 2005 and 2006, he played Stefan Lindman in thirteen of the Swedish Wallander films, including the theatrical releases "Before the Frost" (2004), "Mastermind" (2005) and "The Secret" (2006). On television, we have also seen Ola in ”Sjätte dagen” (1999), ”Anna Phil” (2007-2008), ”Selma” (2008), ”Stockholm-Båstad” (2011), and Daniel Alfredson's "Odjuret" (2012).

Other movies include: ”Hus i helvete” (2001), ”Allt om min buske” (2006), Pernilla August's "Svinalängorna" (2010) and Anders Grönros' "I miss you" (2011) and more recently, the Bond film Skyfall (2012).

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Swedish cinema poster for Mördaren ljuger inte ensam. © SF Bio. All rights reserved.

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