In the style of the pioneers of Direct Cinema, like Americans D.A. Pennebaker and Frederick Wiseman, a picture with no cuts or retakes of 30 hours in the life of Anders Björck, a conservative politician well known in Sweden since the ’80s, presently the governor of Uppsala County, in the north of Stockholm. With no interviews or private life footage, the documentary makes a discrete celebration of a man dedicated to politics and with at least one foot set in the past.
- Anders Björck
- Mans Mansson
- Per Legelius
- ANAGRAM PRODUKTION
"I follow Viktor Kossakovsky's mantra 'too many good films out there…we better start making some great ones.'"
Måns Månsson (1982) holds an MFA from the Royal College of Art in Stockholm. His award-winning films have been screened CPH:DOX, IFF Rotterdam, Göteborg FF and Tribeca FF. He is a three-time Swedish National Film Award (Guldbaggen) nominee and is a voting member of the European Film Academy.