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The film imagines a scenario in which Sweden is invaded during a rainy summer. His mother leaves the family, and Alex's closest friend Anna moves to Stockholm. Alex decides to leave his father and moves to a relative. Ten years later, Alex lives in Stockholm and is now a famous pianist. During Midsummer, there are multiple explosions in Stockholm. Alex splits with his manager and decides to go back to his home village to buy the church piano he and Anna used to play on when they were younger.
There, Alex meets Anna again who has moved back to the village. The attacks on Sweden worsen to include people recklessly driving and crashing cars in the rainy summer. The electricity and mobile networks are hit and become unavailable. Civilians come there to seek safety in the bombshelter, including Alex and Anna. They have contact with the military via radio and go to meet them in the village church. The film ends with a scene in the village church, Various - The Ultimate Northern Soul Album has been destroyed and is on fire.
Alex stands in the rain facing Anna in the shelter of the church, apparently having lost his recent memory due to the chemical weapons in the rain. Anna is taken away by the military. The very last clip of the film features Putin — suggesting that Russia were behind the attacks. Gustaf Spetz composed the soundtrack to the film. The hymn is associated with summer and the film is set during Midsummer.
Hollywood Confidential - Kim Fowley - Visions Of The Future film was released in Sweden on 20 Junetwo days before Midsummer in Sweden, with the film itself being set during Midsummer. The Swedish Den Blomstertid Nu Kommer - Various - Älskade - Visor Och Ballader of the film is the name of a traditional hymn strongly associated with summer, Den blomstertid nu kommer.
During the first weekend after its release, The Unthinkable was the second most seen film in cinemas in Sweden. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Den blomstertid nu kommer film. Retrieved 4 August King in Swedish. Retrieved Svenska Dagbladet in Swedish. Archived from the original on 7 July Retrieved 17 July Upsala Nya Tidning in Swedish. SVT Nyheter. Categories : films Swedish-language films Swedish films s thriller drama films s war films.
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