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Med kärlek och solsken och sång (1948)

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Freddie
Bengt Logardt ...
Bengt
Ami Aaröe ...
Britt (as Anne-Marie Aaröe)
Benkt-Åke Benktsson ...
Britt's Father
Lena Cederström ...
Britt's Mother
Carl-Gunnar Wingård ...
Blom
Gustaf Torrestad ...
Ragnar
Ludde Gentzel ...
Singing Fisherman (as Ludvig Gentzel)
Börje Mellvig ...
Swimsuit Manufacturer
Sylva Åkesson ...
Elsie Trulsson
Rune Halvarsson ...
Karlsson
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Adolfsson (as Arthur Rolén)
Eric Gustafson ...
Swimsuit Manufacturer's Co-Worker
Anders Börje ...
Singer in Tylösand
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Narrator / Man in Bathrobe
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28 February 1948 (Sweden)  »

Also Known As:

Afrodite - skön som synden  »

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The full on-screen title is "Med kärlek och solsken och sång eller Afrodite, skön som synden eller Bland najader och bravader på västkusten". See more »

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Ein Sommernachtstraum. Hochzeitmarsch
Composed by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1842)
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Fun under the sun
12 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

A classical comedic line-up: the handsome but not so smart guy, his smart but not so handsome sidekick, a pretty girl, her protective father and neurotic mother... Yes, it's been seen before. Having said that I still find this movie to be a bit groundbreaking in the sense that in 1948 Sweden was still a very puritanical country(believe it or not)and the sight of all those half-naked bodies running around on the beach and the naughty jokes doesn't really go with that.

Söderblom, as always, saves this film from being a total disaster and makes it one worth watching, although not one of his best. Järrel also puts in a good performance, while the rest of the cast is quite mediocre. It was Gunvall's first film as a director and you can certainly notice his effort of trying to make something new, fresh and never-before seen. It's a good effort but it doesn't go all the way.


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