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Sune – Best Man Sune – Best Man

Jon Holmberg / Sweden / 2019 / 88 min / Slovene subtitles, Swedish / 8+

Sune is excited about going on a class trip, "the secret journey", with his friend Sophie, but it turns out that it is the same date as when Sune's favourite grandpa is going to get married again. And his grandpa wants Sune to be his best man….a turbulent road trip begins.

festivals, awards Berlinale Generations 2020

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Sune’s class is going on a secret school trip. Sune and Sophie are really looking forward to spending time together when Sune suddenly realises that Grandpa Helmer’s wedding is the same weekend. Panic! Class trip with Sophie or his best friend Grandpa? Sune can’t make his mind up so decides to do both. Or something in between. At the same time Rudolf is suspicious about the bride. Is Grandpa’s new wife just after his money? And Karin runs into her former love, who is everything that Rudolf is not. Welcome back - the Andersson family!

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