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A film that must be seen!

The film The Murder of Olof Palme shows what happened on the day Sweden’s Prime Minister Olof Palme was murdered in 1986.

The film is very appreciated by the viewers and it has won awards at several film festivals around the world. It's so detailed, eventful and fascinating that you want to re-watch it several times to be able to perceive the whole murder solution.

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Olof Palme was Sweden's Prime Minister from 1969–1976 and 1982–1986. Olof was a controversial politician who dominated Swedish politics for a long time. In 1986, Olof Palme was shot dead on an open street in Stockholm. The assassination has been an unsolved mystery that has plagued Sweden ever since.

At a press conference in June 2020, the Police's Palme investigation pointed out Stig Engström as Olof Palme's killer. The Palme investigation is the world's largest murder investigation in the history.

This film shows what happened on the day Olof Palme was murdered and how the killer planned and carried out the assassination. A murder solution that has previously been unknown and which is completely different from the solution shown in the Netflix series even though it is the same killer. The film is very exciting and has a fantastic animation and it solves the biggest mystery in modern times in Sweden.

All information about the murder solution is available in Swedish on the website www.palmemordsfilmen.se

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  • Language
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  • Awards
    13 international film awards
  • Social Media
  • Director
    Joaquim Weibull, Paco Garcia
  • Screenwriter
    Joaquim Weibull
  • Producer
    Joaquim Weibull
  • Filmmaker
    Internfilm AB
  • Cast
  • Editor
    Rosie Rasmusson
  • Animator
    Paco Garcia
  • Production Design
    Paco Garcia
  • Sound Design
    Rosie Rasmusson