In the evening have talked about “King Fury” finally premiered.
The project, which started in a basement in Umeå by the David Sandberg, has already tokhyllats.
The US film magazine Variety wrote that the world will never be the same after the premiere.
After struggling for two years loaded David Sandberg , 28, a trailer for his project online when the money ran out.
A year later, 180,000 people around the world donated a total of over 5.5 million through crowdfunding, or grassroots financing, through Kickstarter. The success was a fact.
Pre hype has thus been tremendous around the 30-minute action movie, inspired by 80s movies and series, and is about a 80′s cop in Miami who travels backwards time to defeat the Adolf Hitler .
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Tokhyllas by critics
David Sandberg is itself the film’s protagonist, screenwriter and producer. “Baywatch” star David Hasselhoff sing the film’s theme song, and Swedish comedians Magnus Betnér and Björn Gustafsson is on the cast. It also makes “Saturday Night Live” star Jorms Taccone , who plays Hitler.
Nöjesbladet Jan-Olov Andersson gives the film four plus out of five possible. Variety’s international film critics director Peter Debruges has now written a long tribute to the movie, and call the project the best from this year’s Cannes festival.
Among other things, he writes that “King Fury” is a loving tribute to the days of B-movies became America’s biggest export, to a time when Arnold Schwarzenegger , Jean-Claude Van Damme and Sylvester Stallone spoke in clichés instead to hold a dialogue. He also salute Sandberg’s visual effects and writes the film is chock full of crazy ideas. Furthermore, he writes that it is the ultimate “do-it-yourself project,” and that it delivers more action than five Steven Seegal movies. He goes so far, and writes that the world will not be the same for the premiere.
Can become feature film
David Sandberg has previously told Aftonbladet that there is also interest from Hollywood.
– We have started a cooperation with a production company in Los Angeles, where we are developing a feature film script. But no details are available yet, he said in April.
“King Fury” appears in SVT2 at 22:15, but will also be broadcast live on several other sites, including Youtube.