The Land That is No Moore
For eleven years, Peter Gerdehag was the proverbial fly-on-the-wall at the Kroxhult 1:4 farm. The resulting film, The Land That is No More, is a quiet tribute to our heritage and to the small farmers most of us descend from. In this way the Caremalm family become a symbol of all farmers, who worked here before the modern era; it is an epic story of a close group of people at a time of great changes.
From nearly three hundred hours of video, Swedish Television legends Olle Häger (producer) and Kjell Tunegård (editor) structured this film into a masterpiece, winning the award for best documentary on SVT in 2012.