"the Contract forced succéregissören to remain in Asia when close friend died"
"Succéregissören Hannes Holm, 53, is up to date with a new tv series set in India."
"At the same time as it was recorded dog friend Josefin Nilsson – and the contract forced him to remain in Asia."
"– I questioned the profession and still do, " he says."
"After the success of ”A man called Ove” is the director Hannes Holm possibly hotter than ever. Discussions on a future international project. But first, he'll make even a Swedish feature film."
"– unfortunately I can't provide more than it is. "
"however, It will not be a tale of Ove. The world he will not return to."
"– It will absolutely never ever happen. It feels nice to be able to say it, " he says."
"It's the first time in a long time he makes the tv. Holm rejoice in the fact that the tv series deviates from the Scandinavian noir and the crimea. He promises, however, igenkänningshumor, which he associated with after movies such as ”the class party” and ”Adam & Eva”."
"– We scandinavians have since the viking age been fascinated by that journey. As soon as one talks about a scandinavian on a trip so it will be interesting. This time, it is both recognition and reflection in the story, " he says."
"During the time that Hannes Holm and Björn Kjellman was in India to play in the tv series, they were reached by news that his friend (Holm and Nilsson was also one of the few in the 1990s) and ”Adam & Eve”-the colleague Josefin Nilsson, 46, had died. But for contractual reasons they couldn't leave India to attend the funeral. "
"It got Holm to reflect on their career choices."
"– I question what profession I have. For I had no opportunities to go on the funeral and then I got me an eye-opener as I actually are thinking about today. The circumstances Under which I want to work? It was terrible what happened and that neither I nor the Bear could contractually provide the recording. When a so close person disappears if you want to be at the funeral. I thought about the profession, and it still does, " says Holm."
"– For life is more important. Then you can build houses, boats and make movies. But it should never become more important than life. For then you are on the wrong road, he continues."
"last summer he directed sharp criticism against the film company SF Studios, its management, and a sexist culture within the company. In addition to SF takes an abnormally large part of the filmbudgeten and stuff into it's own company, before the production even started."
"– When I sit in Sweden and work and hear about this wild partying down on the Riviera and will read about them in the newspaper, then I become very angry and irritable. When Swedish filmmakers working my ass off and so it pops up champagnefester, yachts and scantily clad girls, said Hannes Holm then to the culture news."
"His strong reaction, contributed strongly to the group acted, and, among other things, the ceo Jonas Fors was replaced. Today, he is happy that the SF Studios board of directors took their responsibilities."
" I can, however, find that the work is not clear yet. There are things to discuss. I have gotten signals that the people in some workplaces feel better and keep on working. I wanted to be happy that this would be completed behind the camera. But when I complained of things so I thought, not that it happened, " he says."