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One Day All This Will Be Yours

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Canadian Premiere

Lisa, a successful cartoonist on the verge of her first book publication, is lured to a rare, mysterious gathering with her parents and two siblings at the family’s forest home. The purpose, it is revealed, is to decide which of the children will inherit the vast land and take over the family lumber business.

This is a funny and sensitive portrayal of a loving but dysfunctional family. Director Andreas Öhman (Simple Simon) brings surprising, imaginative touches to the family drama, and Karin Franz Körlof is wonderful as the insecure and eccentric youngest daughter, who feels out of place in the rural idyll of her childhood home, away from her urban Stockholm life. One Day All This Will be Yours is an unexpectedly touching film, inhabiting an imaginative world where a soap bubble monster provides creative critiques, and canned herring sing a swinging serenade. Witty, charming, and one-of-a-kind.

A finely tuned take on the lighte and darker sides of family dynamics


Karin Franz Körlof, Peter Haber, Suzanne Reuter, Liv Mjönes, Emil Almén

Country of Origin







In Swedish with English subtitles

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105 min
Comedy Drama

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Eliza Jones, Markus Waltå, Gila Bergqvist Ulfung


Andreas Öhman


Ari Willey


Anton Hemgren

Production Design

Sandra Aldell

Original Music

David Larsson


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Andreas Öhman

Andreas Öhman is a writer-director from the North of Sweden. After making several award-winning short films he made his first feature in 2010, Simple Simon. The film was nominated for several Guldbaggen (Swedish Film Awards) and shortlisted as Best Foreign Feature at the Oscars 2011. Since, he has written and directed four feature films.

Filmography: Simple Simon (2010); Bitch Hug (2012); Remake (2014); Eternal Summer (2015)

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