K11 MUSEA MOVIE11 and the Consulate General of Sweden in Hong Kong will present two light-hearted award-winning Swedish movies at K11 MUSEA to help you relish the relaxing Swedish lifestyle. Stay tuned for our upcoming regular movie screenings!
3 & 4 July
6:30– 7:00pm: Pre-screening sharing: The Swedish Art of Fika in Hong Kong by Mr. Alexis Holm
7:00 – 9:00pm: Public movie screening
3 July – Friday
Nominated for an Oscar in 2016
‘The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared’
Director: Felix Herngren
Running Time: 1 hr 54 min
Hundred year-old Allan Karlsson climbs out of the window and disappears. He embarks on an unexpected journey involving several murders and a suitcase full of cash. Soon he has turned the whole nation on its head. He does have some experience in these matters since he has previously done the same thing with the entire world.
4 July – Saturaday
Based on the best-selling novel that won the ‘LiveLib Readers’ Choice Award’ in 2018
‘Britt-Marie Was Here’
Director: Tuva Novotny
Running Time: 1 hr 37 min
Description of content: When Britt-Marie leaves her husband after 40 years of marriage, she ends up in the town of Borg, where life seems to be over for the few people that are still around. But there are bigger dreams in Borg, which makes Britt-Marie think that perhaps it’s never too late to start living. Britt-Marie Was Here is based on Fredrik Backman’s novel by the same title.
Supporting partners: Consulate General of Sweden in Hong Kong, Swedish Institute, Swedish Film Institute