Loa Falkman as Lars, the CEO who is lost in Stångby. Photo: Peo Olsson. Tiny Lumberjack copyright.

Loa Falkman as Lars, the CEO who is lost in Stångby. Photo: Peo Olsson. Tiny Lumberjack copyright.

Director Thérèse Ahlbeck and actor Loa Falkman on set of “Lost in Stångby” Photo: Peo Olsson. Tiny Lumberjack copyright.

Director Thérèse Ahlbeck and actor Loa Falkman on set of “Lost in Stångby” Photo: Peo Olsson. Tiny Lumberjack copyright.

Lost in stångby

2014 | 22 min

Directed by Thérèse Ahlbeck
Written by Marcus A Olsson & Thérèse Ahlbeck
Producer Marcus A Olsson

Awards and Nominations


CAST

Loa Falkman………...Lars
Li Brådhe……………Sekreteraren
Oscar Töringe……….Mikael
Martin Larsson………Tågvärd
Marianne Mörck…….Kvinnan på cykeln
Bengt CW Carlsson…Bonden

STORY

LARS (Loa Falkman), The CEO of a small software company on the rise in the city of Lund, fires his young employee, Mikael (Oscar Töringe), for not wanting to go to Beijing to close a business deal, but rather wants to stay with his pregnant wife who´s gone into premature labour.
Reluctantly Lars has to make the journey to China himself. The next morning, on his way to the airport, he steps on the wrong train and finds himself going the opposite way. Immediately he demands to be let off. He gets his will and the train stops at the nearest station. Stångby. No one but Lars gets off and as the train leaves, Lars slowly begins to realize that there will be no more trains stopping i Stångby today. Lars is 5 minutes from civilization - as he knows it. But his world is about to change.

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A Tiny Lumberjack production with support from Andra Lasmanis/Swedish Filminstitute and Film in Skåne. Shown at Cinemas in Sweden (Kino, SFI and Biograf Scala in Ystad) as well as in Los Angeles (Nuart Theatre) et al. Has received several international awards at festivals all over the world.

I thought it was one of the best films that we screened that year.
— Jim Nicola, owner of Nuart Theatre, Los Angeles, which screens Academy Award winners each year.
I loved it! Continue to shoot wonder like that!
— Olivier Gechter, jury member at CinéRail Festival, Paris.