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Pelle the Conqueror (1987)

When his wife dies, Lassefar (Max von Sydow) takes his 12-year-old son, Pelle (Pelle Hvenegaard), from their home in Sweden to Denmark in search of a better life. Signing on as laborers at a large farm, father and son undergo numerous trials, including prejudice against immigrants and run-ins with those more powerful than themselves in both the physical and the social sense. Over the course of a year, young Pelle learns what it takes to survive in a harsh and unforgiving world. Written by yusufpiskin

Country: Denmark / Sweden

Views: 80

Category: Drama

Year: 1987

Imdb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093713/

Audience Rating: PG-13

Imdb Rating: 7.8

Description: When his wife dies, Lassefar (Max von Sydow) takes his 12-year-old son, Pelle (Pelle Hvenegaard), from their home in Sweden to Denmark in search of a better life. Signing on as laborers at a large farm, father and son undergo numerous trials, including prejudice against immigrants and run-ins with those more powerful than themselves in both the physical and the social sense. Over the course of a year, young Pelle learns what it takes to survive in a harsh and unforgiving world. Written by yusufpiskin

Actors: Pelle Hvenegaard, Max von Sydow, Erik Paaske, Björn Granath, Astrid Villaume, Axel Strøbye, Troels Asmussen, Kristina Törnqvist, Karen Wegener, Sofie Gråbøl, Lars Simonsen, Buster Larsen, John Wittig, Troels Munk, Nis Bank-Mikkelsen, Lena-Pia Bernhardsson, Anna Lise Hirsch Bjerrum, Vilhelm Weber, Merete Holst Hansen, Mogens Dester, Tine Stochholm, Finn Knygberg, Inge Marie From, Henrik Hansen, Jytte Strandberg, Jørgen Hansen, Nina Christoffersen, Finn Olsen, Lone Svendsen, Thyge Andersen, Birthe Jensen, Henning Franck Hansen, Thomas Hansen, Lars Petersen, Karen Bjørkøe, Espen Hegnet Knudsen, Sascha Lystrup Andersen, Jeppe Nicolaisen, Rikke Hacke, Oliver Grumme, Henriette Nielsen, Benjamin Holk Henriksen, Henriette Nolsøe, Thure Lindhardt, Ingeborg Holten, David Heilman, Daniel Roosen, Kurt Frederiksen, Morten Jørgensen