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Pål Hollender

Pål Hollender
Born Pål Anders Jörgen Hollender
(1968-07-20) July 20, 1968 (age 45)
Lidköping, Sweden
Occupation Director, Producer, Editor, Screenwriter
Years active 1997-2011

Pål Anders Jörgen Hollender (born 20 July 1968 in Lidköping, Sweden) is a Swedish film director and performance artist.

Hollender is known foremost for his controversial documentaries. Pelle polis (Pelle the Policeman) (1998) that dealt with issues of power and pederasty (with autobiographical remarks) was denied airing on TVs. His 2001 documentary Buy Bye Beauty about the Swedish interference in Latvian sex industry was condemned by Latvian authorities.

Hollender became known through his participation in the 1998 edition of the reality show Expedition Robinson on SVT, he also participated in the 2003 edition. He has also been in television shows like Kanal 5's comedy series Grattis Världen! that featured Filip & Fredrik.

External links

  • Official website
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Swedish Film Database
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