The Miracle in Valby
- Original title
Miraklet i Valby
- Running time
- 80 min.
Stig Larsson, Åke Sandgren
Amalie Ihle Alstrup,
Co-production Denmark-Sweden; Det Danske Filminstitut / Esselte Video / Nordisk Film / Svenska Filminstitutet (SFI)
Adventure. Drama. Fantasy | Time Travel
- Synopsis / Plot
- 14 year old Sven is a technical genius, who has rebuilt an old caravan into a radio communication center. Via radio he is in contact with his father, who works at a big ship at the other side of the globe. One day the radio communication is suddenly interrupted by something which sounds like a Latin mass. In school Sven attends a lesson about radio-astronomy. The teacher explains that astronomers can receive radio waves that are thousand years old. Sven understands that the Latin mass he heard was transmitted to him from another age. He gets curious and starts making experiments by connecting his radio kit to bigger aerials. When he sits in the caravan together with his friends Bo and Petra, they not only hear the Latin mass on his radio, but the whole caravan is turned into a time-machine that brings them to the Middle Ages. They get in trouble with some warriors, who capture Petra, while Sven and Bo escape with the help of their time-machine...
: Guldbagge Awards (Sweden): Best Film, Direction, Screenplay
1990: Robert Festival (Denmark): Best Screenplay, Cinematography, Production Design, Costume Design
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