An upcoming Swedish film is likely to ruffle some feathers when it is released in Norway later this year, given a Swedish character's description of Norway as “a retarded cousin who has won the lottery”.
Svenskjävel, released in English as ‘Underdog’, was a runner-up for the best Nordic film of 2015 at the Gothenburg Film Festival.
It tells the story of Dino, a 19-year-old Swede, who like hundreds of thousands of her compatriots, is lured to Oslo by the high salaries, and ends up having an affair with the father in the family which employs her as a housekeeper.
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