Netflix has released the official trailer for Clark, the Swedish adaption of Clark Olofsson’s autobiography Vafan var det som hände? that reflects on his past stints as a drug trafficker and bank robber that began in the 1960s, as well as his life present day. Bill Skarsgård stars as Olofsson in the six-part drama series that releases May 20 on Netflix.
The trailer shows Skarsgård’s personable Olofsson enjoying the finer things in life while bringing a rise to the term “Stockholm Syndrome” throughout the 1970s.
“… Convicted of several counts of drug trafficking, attempted murder, assault, theft and dozens of bank robberies, he has spent more than half his life behind bars and has left behind a trail of trauma, heartbreak, disappointment and general devastation.”