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Miffo

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Release Date:January 1, 2003
Running time:105 minutes
Director:Daniel Lind Lagerlöf

Description: Daniel Lind Lagerlof's romantic comedy Miffo stars Jonas Karlsson as a minister who is unhappy with the work he has been doing in a large church and applies to work in a small community. There he meets Carola (Livia Millhagen), a woman who is wheelchair-bound but is bursting with life, and her unemployed mother Sonja (Kajsa Ernst). As is to be expected from the genre, the two opposites soon grow to love one another and change each other's lives. Miffo was screened in competition at the Montreal Film Festival.~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide

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