This Swedish sex-comedy/drama explores the complications in the relationship of a couple who believe that if they make love to each other, they will die. They neck and are physically ... See full summary »
Sweden in 1782. A young nobleman, named Jacob (Per Oscarsson) returns from France to his home and cherished sister Charlotte (Bibi Andersson) who is engaged to Baron Alsameden (Jarl Kulle).... See full summary »
In the end of 1939 the Soviet Union attacks Finland. In Sweden 100.000 men are quickly drafted to guard the northeastern border. Men, who have almost no military training, are suddenly ... See full summary »
A woman about to start in psychoanalysis finds out that it's a long waiting period, during which she goes to Asia. Seven months later, she's back. In an inner monologue, she describes what happened during the trip in Asia.
Marc Klein Essink
A film director travels to the Philippines to find the perfect environment for his new production. He is inspired by Coppolas "Apocalypse Now". At the same time, casting is done elsewhere in the world.
This is a typical Swedish 70's leftwing movie. Charlie lives on a boat in Stockholm and work as a truckdriver. One day he meets the very pregnant Pia . She has left her husband. Charlie and Pia live together for a while, until the baby is born. In the hospital S's husband returns and Charlie realises that he only thing that matter in life are unionwork.
The idea behind the movie seems to be that unionwork is fun. One of Swedens most profiled leftwing actors, Thomas Bolme, are present in this production.
This movie could be worth a look if you are interested in Swedish 70's interior/exteriors and clothing. For me its pure nostalgia.
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