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De drabbade
Genre Drama
Format TV series
Written by Hans Rosenfeldt (head writer)
Ola Hellsten (storyline writer)
Måns Mårlind (storyline writer)
Directed by Måns Mårlind
Björn Stein (co-director)
Dean Tomkins (co-director)
Starring see below
Country of origin Sweden
Language(s) Swedish
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 12
Production
Cinematography Kurt Berggren
Andreas Wessberg
Running time 60 min (12 episodes)
89 min (Television Pilot)
Broadcast
Original channel Sveriges television
Original airing 28 September 2003

De drabbade is a 2003 Swedish TV series.

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Plot summary

A group of people witness as their weaknesses are turned into their greatest asset. One by one they are recruited to one of two sides in an upcoming battle between light and darkness. All are in danger as someone seeks to hunt them down one by one.

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Themes

Characters are faced with the choice to use their new powers for good or bad.

Cast

  • Eric Ericson as Joakim Modin
  • Lia Boysen as Leader of light and Leader of darkness
  • Eva Röse as Jasmine Thornwall
  • Magnus Krepper as Åke Svensk
  • Paprika Steen as Charlotte Wangler
  • Sven-Åke Gustavsson as Arne Millgren
  • Lotta Karlge as Anna-Lena Ångerman
  • Kjell Bergqvist as Göran Stein

and

  • Marit Andreassen as Marika
  • Ingrid Henderson as Adelyn
  • Niklas Hjulström as Henrik Modin
  • Hallvard Holmen as Tommie
  • Omid Khansari as Ismael Ebrahimi
  • Sten Ljunggren as Walter

Production

The character of the prophet Adelyn Saville (and web pages[1]) was created for the series. In a buzz marketing campaign SVT sent out a letter containing a question "Är du drabbad?" and medallions covered in a blood like substance. In the letter there was also an address to a webpage.[2]

The summer before the series premiered, head writer Hans Rosenfeldt said he would talk about Adelyn in his episode of Sommar.[3]

References

  1. ^ Unknown author "The Secret Prophecies of Adelyn Saville". Retrieved on 22 June 2009.
  2. ^ Gustav Edman. Var du drabbad? ... av buzz marketing? Sverox nr. 33. January 2004. Retrieved 22 June 2009.
  3. ^ Hans Rosenfeldt Sveriges radios webpage. Retrieved 22 June 2009.

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