In the 1998 Swedish comedy musical "Åke från Åstol", there's a moment toward the end when a man is pushing around some sort of Amiga-looking computer with a monitor and mouse on a wheelbarrow. The context of the scene is that this fisherman has just come back from the "big city" after learning about computers and now he is bringing one of them home in order to "sell herring in cyberspace".
Presumably for comedic effect (and probably also prop cost reasons), they seem to have deliberately used an outdated computer, or at least one that would be perceived as such by the general public at the time. The relatively cheap Amiga computers were probably a common sight here in the late 1980s or at least early-to-mid 1990s, but not so much by year 1998, when powerful "home PCs" started becoming a thing in many homes, being paid off monthly through the salary with a government deal.
I'm trying to identify what kind of machine this is. It looks like an Amiga of some kind, but I can't read "Amiga" anywhere on the front. Maybe the brand was removed.