A series of short stories showing the reality of what can happen when you end up drunking too much. Here you can see all the stupid, weird, gay, creative and hopeless peoples stories.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 5 minutes
På fylla - Carola Häggkvist - Netflix
Carola Maria Häggkvist (Swedish pronunciation: [ka²ɾoːla ²hɛɡkvɪst]; born 8 September 1966), better known as simply Carola, is a Swedish singer and occasional songwriter. She has been among Sweden's most popular performers since the early 1980s, and has released albums ranging from pop and disco to hymns and folk music. Her debut album, Främling (Stranger), sold around one million copies and remains the biggest-selling album in Swedish music history. She has also worked as a songwriter. During her 30-year-long career, she has recorded many top-selling albums and singles and is referred to as Sweden's most prominent female singer. Some of her biggest hits are “Främling” from 1983, “Tommy tycker om mig” (Tommy likes me) from 1984, “Fångad av en stormvind” (Captured by a Lovestorm) from 1991, “All the Reasons to Live” from 1992, “I Believe in Love” from 2001, “Genom allt” (Through it all) from 2005 and “Evighet” (Eternity) from 2006. Häggkvist has represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest on three occasions: in 1983, finishing third; in 1991, winning the contest; and in 2006, finishing fifth, which gives her one of the best track records in Eurovision history. Carola has released records in various languages: Swedish, Dutch, German, English, Norwegian and Japanese.
På fylla - 1990–1991: New image and independence: Eurovision victory - Netflix
In 1990, she returned to Melodifestivalen, with “Mitt i ett äventyr” (In the middle of an adventure). The song finished second in the festival, failing to earn Häggkvist the right to represent Sweden at Eurovision. Edin-Ådahl won the event. Her comeback album, titled Much More, was released, earning a gold certificate in Sweden. However, Häggkvist and songwriter Stephan Berg had already begun planning another attempt at Eurovision. In 1991, she returned to Melodifestivalen with “Fångad av en stormvind” (Captured by a lovestorm). The song won the festival by thirty-two points and became the Swedish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest in Rome. British bookmakers considered Häggkvist second favourite to win the contest. On the night of the contest, with one voting jury left to announce their scores, three countries remained in contention to win the contest: Sweden, with 146 points; Israel, with 139; and France, with 134. Neither Israel nor Sweden won any points from the Italian jury, but France won twelve, leaving Sweden and France tied for first place with 146 at the conclusion of the voting. Sweden won the contest after a recount, having received five ten-point scores during the voting versus France's two. “Fångad av en stormvind” became a huge hit in Europe, and was followed by a compilation album, Hits, and a Christmas album, Jul. After her victory, she released an international version of “Much More” and went on an extended promotional tour throughout Europe. Her album produced several hits, among them “I'll live” and “All the Reasons to Live”.
På fylla - References - Netflix