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Overview

Eskil moves from town to town with his father in Northern Sweden. He misses his mother and sucks at playing hockey, the main activity among the boys his age. Things changes when he meets Trinidad, a mysterious woman who lives outside society spending her time building a great ship that perhaps could take Eskil to his mother...

  1. Stephan Apelgren

    Director, Screenplay

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  1. Linus Oscarsson

    Linus Oscarsson

    Eskil

  2. Ann Petrén

    Ann Petrén

    Trinidad

  3. Torkel Petersson

    Torkel Petersson

    Roger

  4. Iben Hjejle

    Iben Hjejle

    Mette

  5. Saga Midfjäll

    Saga Midfjäll

    Mirja

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Eskil & Trinidad
Eskil & Trinidad

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Status Released

Release Information

  • February 1, 2013
    6
    Theatrical

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    No children younger than 6 years admitted.

Original Language Swedish

Runtime 1h 38m

Budget $4,200,000.00

Revenue -

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