'Love & Anarchy': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix's romantic comedy show
'Love & Anarchy' is a Swedish comedy-drama coming to Netflix. It follows the games that a mother of two plays with a young IT consultant which is flirty and innocent at first but it soon takes an unexpected turn. Here is all you need to know about the upcoming series.
'Love & Anarchy' releases on November 4, 2020.
Netflix's synopsis reads: "When Sofie, a career-driven consultant and married mother of two, gets an assignment to modernize an old publishing house she meets young IT technician Max, and an unexpected flirtatious game begins. Sofie and Max secretly challenge each other to do things that question societal norms. It starts innocently enough, but as the game gets more and more daring the consequences grow beyond proportions."
Ida Engvoll as Sofie
Engvoll is known for her roles as Sanja from 'A Man Called Ove' (2015), Rebecka Martinsson in 'Rebecka Martinsson: Arctic Murders' (2017-2020), Kim in 'White Trash' and Maria Fors in 'Beck' (2009). Her more recent works include 'The Inspector and the Sea' (2015-2017), 'Bonusfamiljen' (2017-2018), 'Andra Åket' (2018), 'Secret Chord' (2019) and 'The Restaurant' (2017-2019). In 2017, she was nominated for a Kristallen for Best Actress for 'Rebecka Martinsson' (2017).
Reine Brynolfsson as Friedrich Jägerstedt
Brynolfsson is known for his roles as Captain Beauvais in 'Les Misérables' (1998), John in 'Ofelia kommer til byen' (1985), Spiken in 'The Bomber' (2001) and 'Paradise' (2003). His recent works include 'Under the Pyramid' (2016), 'Ravens' (2017), 'Spring Tide' (2018) and 'Thin Ice' (2020). In 1986 the actor won a Robert at the Danish Film Awards for Best Actor for Ofelia kommer til byen'.
The rest of the cast includes Björn Kjellman as Ronny, Björn Mosten as Max, Gizem Erdogan as Denise, Ida Engvoll as Sofie, Johannes Bah Kuhnke as Johan and many more.
The series is directed by Lisa Langseth with Alex Haridi, Amanda Högberg and Antonia Pyk serving as writers. Pontus Edgren and Martina Håkansson serve as executive producers.
The trailer is weird, to say the least, where a consultant and an IT technician play a dangerous game that involves exposing photos and audacious dares. Looks like the series will be a hilarious one and another good release added to Netflix's international romantic comedy genre.
Where to watch
Catch 'Love & Anarchy' on November 4, 2020, on Netflix.
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