Jens Lind and Albert Svanberg has djupdykt in both the film and photo archives and made a documentary in three parts which all have the potential to become a Swedish classic. ”Hockeyns history” (three parts on SVT Play).
After three parts gone and three hours have passed post haste is not completely alien to put on the part 1 again and start over.
”Hockeyns history” sounds a bit dry and descriptive, but it is more about the pioneers, trailblazers and, of course, a lot of moments we collectively never forget. Legends, old and new stars, many images we've never seen and the mix between past and present is straight out of the successful, and some strong leaps in the story is never ever intrusive.
of course, put a rigid checkup on the to piece and edit and think, but it actually looks not always so where superfixat out – and I also think that it is the whole charm.
Ulf Sterner is at the side of Tumba, sweden, Nisse Nilsson and some of the players who perhaps mattered most for the sport's development and popularization in the 1960s.
Three Crowns is our all time most popular national team, Ulf Sterner took both hockey and the sport to new levels.
There is a documentary fairy tale.
Beginning in the home of Ulf Sterner and the spontaneous visit to the home of the Nisse Nilsson's kitchen, they live just a few kilometers away from each other, is one of the series, both the most beautiful and the most touching element.
short, funny, can never be nersmetade with nostalgia and sentimentality. It is difficult to keep clean on the front, just enough is best, Albert Svanberg and Jens Lind the whole time on the right side.
of Course, playing Börje Salming a superviktig role in the series when he takes the step over to the NHL in the 1970s – and certainly if you have heard a part rövarhistorier of fights and outright beatings, but a part of what He and others could now tell was still a total absurd.
But He and the others had, in fact, a predecessor, Juha Widing, and the story about him, how he comes over to the united states and Canada as a 14-year-old poor arbetargrabb and becomes a superstar in the NHL – is also one of the very finest parts. Not least, his ultimate fate and tragic ending. Both Svanberg and Lind had certainly been shivering a lot in this tv story, and the boring end, instead chose the first solskenshistorien, and completed in a neat and dignified manner.
the Swedish sportdokumentärens principal representative, looks at the growing sportdokumentärbranschen is there room for more Jens Lind. International is growing sportdokumentären so fast – and it is done extremely very good movie.
Peter ”Pekka” Lindmark gets a right prominent role eventually in Lind & Svanbergs film and what shall one say...? He went completely his own way, and it seems he still – and he is not just the one where the cat among the hermelinerna that made hockey so rare popular and, in fact, loved by a whole people.
Pekka talks about his sport, his views on hockey and life – and the question is whether it is possible to find so many sincere superoriginal that Pekka Lindmark.
I had anytime wanted to see a three-hour ”Peter Pekka Lindmark-special”.
Learn more the chronicles of Johan Croneman.