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Tsatsiki, Morsan Och Polisen (1999)





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In this charming Scandinavian family movie, director Ella Lemhagen spins a tale about a youth coming to terms with his identity and his single mom. Eight-year-old half-Greek Tsatsiki lives in a Stockholm suburb with his attractive mother, who dreams of being a rock star. Tsatsiki longs to meet his Greek father, believing that he is an octopus fisherman in the Mediterranean. In preparation for a future meeting with his absent dad, he practices swimming at the local gym. Meanwhile, Tsatsiki's mom, who was dating her band's bass player, has fallen for a dashing young cop who is a boarder in her house. Tsatsiki, Morsan och Polisenfilm was screened at the 1999 Haugesund Film Festival. ~ Jonathan Crow, Rovi


Samuel Haus
as Tsatsiki
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