Hamilton: I Nationens Intresse

by Kathrine Windfeld New World View

During an undercover operation of Uzbek arms dealing, secret agent Carl Hamilton uncovers a network that drops several cabinet ministers into very hot water. Hamilton’s inquiries send him on the trail of a heavily armed private army with well-established contacts in the government and the secret service. At the same time, he receives information from a freed hostage about a planned terror attack on Swedish ground. His loyalty is put to the test when he is forced to choose whose side he is on. Based on a novel by Jan Guillou, Carl Hamilton is Sweden’s answer to James Bond and Jason Bourne, and this is one of the most successful Swedish films of the year.


  • Genre: Thriller
  • Country, Year: Sweden, 2012
  • Runtime: 109 Min
  • Languages: Swedish
  • Subtitles: German
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  • Director: Kathrine Windfeld
  • Cast: Mikael Persbrandt, Pernilla August, Saba Moubarak, Jason Flemyng
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  • Screenplay: Hans Gunnarsson, Stefan Jaworski, Stefan Thunberg
  • Cinematography: Jonas Alarik
  • Editors: Sofia Lindgren, Gregers F. Dohn
  • Music: Philippe Boix-Vives, Jon Ekstrand
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  • Producer: Jan Marnell
  • Executive Producers: Johan Mardell, Jessica Ericstam
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  • Production Company: Pampas Produktion
  • Swiss Distribution: Elite Film AG
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