Articles about FLX
With international shoots now a regular ingredient in making television drama, producer Jan Marnell tells DQ how Swedish drama Fartblinda (Blinded) moved to Malta for its second season.
Heart and minds
Writer Oskar Söderlund and actor Aliette Opheim tell DQ how Swedish series Mörkt hjäta (The Dark Heart) dramatises a true crime story by exploring the psychologies of the characters involved.
Modern life is rubbish
Writer Tove Eriksen Hillblom tells DQ how Swedish comedy-drama Vi i Villa takes a satirical look at middle-class life in a story about what happens when one man grows tired of his mundane existence.
Playing a Blinda
Fatima Varhos and Pontus Edgren from Swedish producer FLX explain how adding a love story to financial thriller Fartblinda (Blinded) has sent viewers’ pulses racing.
Swedish actor Julia Ragnarsson talks to DQ about financial thriller Fartblinda (Blinded), in which she plays a journalist tasked with investigating her married lover.
Based on the bestselling novel, Störst av Allt (Quicksand) sees a teenager put on trial for murder in the wake of a high-school shooting. DQ hears from the creative team behind Netflix’s first original Swedish drama.
Swedish comedy-drama Bonusfamiljen (The Bonus Family) became an instant hit when it debuted on SVT this year. With a third season already commissioned, co-creators Clara and Felix Herngren reveal how the series was inspired by their own relationship and why they think it can repeat its success overseas.
Flipping the script
A doctor and a teacher approaching retirement decide to secure their futures by robbing a bank in Swedish comedy drama Enkelstöten. Executive producer Pontus Edgren tells DQ about the decision to swap men for women in the lead roles.