Thanks for all the kind words. I still can't believe I won this thing.
There is a clip up now of the final act with some subtitles on the act. I am very happy with the script which was based on real events the week before:
I agree that the mirror glass was badly handled. I was not allowed to see the video of the camera rehearsal, and did not know what way to angle it. Also it is a trick I have never really done before, I just came up with using it as a revelation of the bowtie that tied the act together with the bottle and the glass. Routining that I'm quite proud of. I had very little time to rehearse it cause the trousers that the production had made for me based on a pattern I gave them were not ready when they were supposed to. Essentially I got my costume the evening before the finals instead of three days before like I was supposed to. You may note the vest and jacket are the same as the ones from the first round. That's because the ones I was supposed to have were unusable. I was forced to realize that at four in the morning, 16 hours before live shooting for a sixth of Sweden's population. It worried me more to screw up Richard Sanders beautiful creation on live TV than to have a few flashes in the mirror glass. The trousers did not even have a proper button. They are being held together by safety pins.
The quick-tying bow-tie was developed a few years ago in Spain with support from Danny Cole by the way. Tim Star sacrificed nights to build me a safe version based on my own extremely dodgy, half working prototype.
The coin routine is essentially a derivative of Tom Stone's "One coin opener", with some of my original transformations at the end.
I suppose my thing right now is to rehash old cheesy silk effects and do them with a bow-tie instead to turn them personal and cool again.
Oh, a testament to how healthy the Swedish magic scene is right now, is how Brynolf & Ljung (who were competitors in the finals, and are also competing for Sweden at FISM in Beijing) offered to help me find many replacement props while my luggage was lost in Croatia. The jumbo coin I'm using on the clip was borrowed from Peter Brynolf. How great is that!!!
Tomorrow I'm rehearsing FISM-acts with Brynolf & Ljung in their studio, with help from young Swedish genius Axel Rutstam (of one-handed tie-tying fame).
All the best