Within a joint Nordic programme organized by the Norwegian and the Swedish Embassies, the Viking Club invites you to attend the screening of two Nordic documentary films.
 22 May at 8pm – a film about Olof Palme, the former  Prime Minister of Sweden (English with Portuguese subtitles) – see below for details about this film.
29 May at 8pm – a film about the world renown Norwegian painter Edward Munch (English with Portuguese subtitles) – scroll down to the next post for more details about this film.

The Viking Bar will open at 7:15 PM and the movies will start rolling at 8:00 PM. You can download a map showing the location of the Viking Club on this website’s Join Us page. The Viking Club is on the main floor of the former Swedish Building at Rua Marien N”Guabi, No 118 in Maianga, across the street from the new Panela de Barra restaurant.

Olof Palme

PALME –A 20th Century Tale, a film about Olof Palme, the former Prime Minister of Sweden.

Synopsis: In 1986 Olof Palme was openly shot to death on a February evening on the streets of Stockholm. In one night, the country of Sweden was transfigured.The film PALME is about his life, his times, and about the Sweden he had created. Olof Palme was a boy from the upper-class who ended up creating the world’s most equal society. He was the tactician who was driven by his passion for social justice. Worshipped and hated beyond parallel. Neither before him nor after him has any othe politician resembled Olof Palme. Through Olof Palme, a minor country like Sweden affected major international politics.

This film about Olof Palme is a journey through time, in pictures and experiences.The film uses never shown private footage as well as interviews with family members and former colleagues. The film was directed by the award winning filmmakers Kristina Lindström and Maud Nycander.

PALME premiered in Swedish cinemas in September 2012. The film is 103 minutes long and will be shown with English narration and Portuguese subtitles.

All are welcome to attend!