- Genre: Documentary
- Duration: 58 min
- Director: Erik Pauser
- Producer: Erik Pauser / Dylan Williams
- Director of photography: Lars Tunbjörk
- Completion: Spring 2013
- With Support From: SVT
Johan Jönson is a Swedish writer who has burst onto the scene with his often brutal, sometimes funny, burlesque, moving and politically challenging poetry. As he listens to Black Metal, the man described by his publisher as a machine, sits in his sparsely furnished bunker and hammers out a new book of between 800 -1200 pages every second year. Using the ‘self’ for his narrative he writes about his everyday life, his domestic ordeals and his fight against obesity, sexual obsession and his aging body. As the ‘self’ moves between his home and workplaces which include hospital wards with dying people, homes for handicapped and factories he writes about a Sweden seldom seen. These are places that he himself had to work whilst for many years continuing to write books that no one wanted to read or publish. Swedish title “Efter Arbetsschema”.