Lite Sällskap is a relational documentary in which Filip and Fredrik will help four people in Grums in Värmland to find love. Or a little company.
They have traveled the world, aired directly from New York, looking for big shots all over Sweden, watched the Obama victory, giving us answers to life's strange questions, competed in geography and beat Kajsa Bergqvist in the long jump. Now Filip and Fredrik go to Grums in Värmland to help the lonely find love.
In the summer of 2010 Filip Hammar and Fredrik Wikingsson moved to Grums together to help people in the small mill town and the surrounding area who feel alone. There are people who are alone in various ways, for different reasons and with different preferences. All with two things in common: they want a little love and companionship and they talk värmländska.
The applicants are 24-year-old Elin who became a mother when she was 17, 59-year-old Hans-Göran who has lived with his brother all his life, 33-year-old Stellan who is too shy for women and 41-year-old Nina, which has become burned by a number of men.
Filip and Fredrik are tackling their problems in their own way and the hunt for love goes via drive-thru-dating, race tent, camper orientation and an accordion festival. There will be an exciting journey for our four singles, but also for Filip and Fredrik.