April 22, the day Netflix announced a new piece of art that they have been working on. This piece of art is created by the infamous Helena Bergström, an actor, writer, producer, and director.
The cast of this movie includes Marie Göranzon, Christopher Wollter, Rakel Wärmländer, Claes Malmberg, Ann Westin, Razmus Nyström, André Christenson, Emil Almén, Molly Nutley, Fredrik Robertsson, Mattias Nordkvist, Robert Fux, Louie Indriana, Max Ulveson Dominika Peczynski and Fredrik Quiñones, a man who made his dancing debut in this movie and also worked as a choreographer.
The story bases itself around Dylan Pettersson (Molly Nutley), a twenty-three-year-old young lady from a little village in the Bohuslän archipelago with a dream to become a dancer. After some time, she is forced to work for a club’s star artist and choreographer (Fredrik Quiñones) out of desperation, inadvertently to find Dylan’s ability. She immediately knows that she needs to be a piece of the show, as it may mean big things for her future, yet she’s a young lady – and a drag show is not what decent girls do. But she knows if she is a part of the show, she’ll be in the limelight for a long time.
Moving Queens is coordinated by Helena Bergström, who’s additionally the scriptwriter along with Denize Karabuda. Joana Sorobetea at Sweetwater Productions is the filmmaker with Colin Nutley and Mikael Bergkvist as chief makers. The Director of Photography is Peter Mokrosinski. Swedish style architect Camilla Thulin makes the outfits, and Norwegian Gaute Storaas is forming the music.
Helena Bergström previously showed up in a film coordinated by her dad in 1978, entitled Sweet Home. Bergström set out on a movie profession in 1982, working in the TV small-scale production “Time Out”. A year later, she showed up in the mocking parody arrangement Vidöppet or Wide Open in English. In 1988, she moved on from “Teaterhögskolan”, the theater foundation, in Stockholm, after which she worked at the Royal Dramatic Theater (Dramaten) and the Stockholm City Theatre.
In 2008, she featured in a show about Nobel Prize-winning creator Selma Lagerlöf. She has worked in a lot of movies, for example, Miss Julie and House of Angels. But Women on the Roof is the movie that put her on the map. Although it was anything but a film industry achievement, it was lauded by the film critics. She turned out to be more striking after her “clear depiction of an intense city young lady” during World War II in 1939. In 1990, she got the Swedish Film Academy Kurt Linder prize and in 1992 the Teaterförbundet Daniel Engdahl scholarship.
Her significant other worked with her in films including Black Jack, House of Angels, The Last Dance. Her better half has coordinated Bergström in films including simulated intercourses; she said he discovered this uncomfortable.
With Tove Alsterdal, a dramatist and writer, she thought of her first screenplay, Så olika (2009), or So Different in english. She previously coordinated Mind the Gap, which delivered in 2007. In 2015, she guided her fourth film, A superb screwing Christmas! Not the first screenwriter. She is additionally a vocalist, singing more than 100 tunes of Édith Piaf at the City Theater. In 2002, she recorded a collection of Piaf melodies.