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A Lesson in Love ()

En lektion i kärlek (original title)
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After a 15-year marriage, the spouses are going to divorce, but suddenly find out that their feelings have not vanished yet.

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Marianne Erneman
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David Erneman
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Susanne Verin
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Nix Erneman
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Carl-Adam
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Professor Henrik Erneman
Birgitte Reimer ...
Lise (as Birgitte Reimers)
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Sam
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Svea Erneman
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Nurse Lisa
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Vicar
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Georg Adelly ...
Bartender (uncredited)
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Narrator / Man with Cap at Railway Station (uncredited)
Julie Bernby ...
Guest at Wedding (uncredited)
Henning Blanck ...
Guest at Wedding (uncredited)
Tor Borong ...
Gentleman (uncredited)
Yvonne Brosset ...
Dancer in Bar (uncredited)
Olle Ekbladh ...
Guest at Wedding (uncredited)
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David's Patient (uncredited)
Gustaf Färingborg ...
Guest at Wedding (uncredited)
Helge Hagerman ...
Travelling Salesman in Train (uncredited)
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Guest at Wedding (uncredited)
Torbjörn Jahn ...
Musician in Bar (uncredited)
Vincent Jonasson ...
Guest at Wedding (uncredited)
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Hotel Avsvik's Receptionist (uncredited)
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Hotel Manager in Copenhague (uncredited)
Vera Lindby ...
Guest at Wedding (uncredited)
Göran Lundquist ...
Pelle Erneman (uncredited)
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Guest at Wedding (uncredited)
Kjell Nordenskiöld ...
Restaurant Guest (uncredited)
Björn Näslund ...
Cupid (uncredited)
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Ticket Inspector in Train (uncredited)
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Guest at Wedding (uncredited)
John Starck ...
Restaurant Guest (uncredited)
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Uncle Axel (uncredited)
Bengt Thörnhammar ...
Guest at Wedding (uncredited)

Directed by

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Ingmar Bergman

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Ingmar Bergman ... ()

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Allan Ekelund ... producer (uncredited)

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Dag Wirén

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Martin Bodin

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Oscar Rosander

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P.A. Lundgren

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Ingmar Bergman ... (uncredited)

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Carl M. Lundh ... makeup artist
Nils Nittel ... makeup artist (uncredited)

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Allan Ekelund ... production manager (uncredited)

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Rolf Carlsten ... assistant director (uncredited)

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Sven Hansen ... sound

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Louis Huch ... still photographer (uncredited)
Bengt Nordwall ... assistant camera (uncredited)

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Gustav Roger ... location manager (uncredited)

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Eskil Eckert-Lundin ... conductor (as E. Eckert-Lundin)

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Bente Munk ... continuity clerk (uncredited)
Birgit Norlindh ... continuity clerk (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

After 15 years of marriage, David and Marianne have grown apart. David has had an affair with a patient of his and Marianne has got herself involved with her former lover Carl-Adam, who's also David's best friend. When she travels to Copenhagen to meet Carl-Adam, David takes the same train as she does, making it look coincidental. Spending time together remembering their past and talking about their future, they come to understand each other again, which leads to a reconciliation. Written by Leon Wolters

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Taglines ...or how to win back a beautiful wife after having a love affair with an alluring woman. See more »
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Also Known As
  • A Lesson in Love (United States)
  • A Lesson in Love (World-wide, English title)
  • A Lesson in Love (Canada, English title)
  • A Lesson in Love (United Kingdom)
  • Une leçon d'amour (France)
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  • 96 min
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Trivia Cameo: When the doctor (Gunnar Björnstrand) enters the train a tall lean man in a beret reading a newspaper is standing in the doorway. This is no one less than Ingmar Bergman himself. See more »
Goofs During the conversation between David and his wife by the microscope, the shadow of the microphone can be seen on the wall for a large part of the scene. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Stjärnbilder (1995). See more »
Quotes Sam, the Erneman's Chauffeur: Maybe God's a woman.
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