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Good-Bye Nana (1970)

Ministern (original title)
A film that questions the right of parents to force their children into the adult world's rational behavior. A 6-year-old revolt by going to a lawyer and ask for a divorce from their parents.

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Minister
Margaretha Krook ...
The Mother
Mats Åhlfeldt ...
Mats-Peter
Anne Kulle ...
Nenna (as Anne Nord)
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Lindbaum
Lena Madsén ...
Irina Lindbaum
Håkan Serner ...
Schering
Helena Brodin ...
Sandra
Per Nygren ...
Medical Student
Jan-Erik Lindqvist ...
(as Jan-Eric Lindquist)
Bertil Norström ...
Jan
Ingvar Kjellson ...
Driver
Maj Falk ...
Nursery school manager
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A film that questions the right of parents to force their children into the adult world's rational behavior. A 6-year-old revolt by going to a lawyer and ask for a divorce from their parents.

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18 December 1970 (Sweden)  »

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NENNAS SÅNG
Music by Ulf Björlin
Lyrics by Lars Forssell
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Gorgeous
12 July 2005 | by (Stockholm, Sweden) – See all my reviews

Beautiful film. Nostalgia inducing pictures of a Sweden of "old", complete with facades bulging with angst. The camera is often at the height of six year old Mats-Peter, nicely enhancing the child perspective that is a cornerstone of this movie.

Events unfold quite dramatically at times, unfortunately without really moving the viewer at the core. Still rather inspiring film, containing not a few little gem scenes that will linger and spur thoughts on much from "the welfare state", the price of a career, aethetics of the early seventies to how it was to be a child and be both curious of and frustrated with the world.

See it on a rainy summer afternoon.


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