En dag kommer allt det här bli ditt

En dag kommer allt det här bli ditt One Day All of This Will Be Yours

The cartoonist Lisa and her siblings meet at the family’s farm in northern Sweden after the parents called for a meeting. They announce that only one of the children will inherit the forest, which the family has owned for generations. But are any of them willing to move home again? The visit rips open past traumas in Lisa, who is wildly confused and going through something of a crisis, and who manages to both mess things up with her father’s closest friend and agitate the whole community during her mother’s birthday party.


  • “I enjoy Öhman’s cinematic universe where strong emotions are explored with playful expressions. /…/ Comedy and tragedy go hand in hand. /…/ The ending grabs hold of you and leaves you with emotions that linger for a long time. The characters are portrayed with warmth and humor.”


    Moviezine, Sweden

  • “Andreas Öhman has made his best film to date. /…/ Andreas Öhman’s story has a personal tone which is unlike anything else in Swedish cinema. /…/ A film that vibrates with life, with humor, with moving character portraits and an unusual amount of inventiveness.”


    Aftonbladet, Sweden

  • “A genuine portrait of a family and genuine togetherness which remain despite the passage of time.”

    Kulturbloggen, Sweden

  • “Entertaining drama with extra everything. /…/ An exuberant creativity and playfulness that feels unique in Swedish film.”

    Filmtopp, Sweden

  • “Here is the comedy that Sweden has longed for. /…/ This homecoming comedy is filled both with lighthearted humor and truly genuine sadness.”


    Svenska Dagbladet, Sweden

  • “A happy pill! One Day All of This Will Be Yours belong to the small group of films that make you happy all the way to your very core. A film where the environment fills its own place in the gallery of characters and where the entirety of the film is permeated by a disarming humanity. /…/ With small means and even less effort, the writer and director Andreas Öhman succeeds in opening the door to secret nooks and crannies in his characters’ memories and feelings.”


Andreas Öhman
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