A Swedish Love Story (1970)

Director
Roy Andersson

Main cast
Ann-Sofie Kylin; Rolf Sohlman; Bertil Norström; Lennart Tellfelt

Genres
Drama, Romance

Description
The youngsters puppy love is set against a backdrop of adults that struggle with their own lives. Her fathers feeling of misery and failure at work, her aunts unhappiness as an unmarried woman without kids of her own. His father work at the paintshop-business and his worries about the mentally ill grandfather. Against the adults the young couples love is so sweet and sensual, so innocent and beautiful. As a couple in love, they don't care about anything but themselves and seems totally unaware about everything that surrounds them.


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