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En kärlekshistoria (1970)

Two teenagers fall in love over the summer, in spite of cynical and disapproving adults who dismiss their relationship as being nothing but young love.

Director:

Roy Andersson

Writer:

Roy Andersson
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ann-Sofie Kylin ... Annika
Rolf Sohlman ... Pär
Anita Lindblom ... Eva / Annika's Auntie
Bertil Norström ... John Hellberg / Annika's Father
Lennart Tellfelt Lennart Tellfelt ... Lasse / Pär's Father (as Lennart Tellfeldt)
Margreth Weivers ... Elsa / Annika's Mother
Arne Andersson Arne Andersson ... Arne
Maud Backéus Maud Backéus ... Gunhild / Pär's Mother
Verner Edberg Verner Edberg ... Uncle Verner
Tommy Nilson Tommy Nilson ... Roger / Annika's Brother (as Tommy Nilsson)
Gunnar Ossiander Gunnar Ossiander ... Pär's Grandfather
Elsie Holm Elsie Holm ... Guest at Crayfish Party
Gunvor Tännérus Gunvor Tännérus ... Guest at Crayfish Party (as Gunvor Ternéus)
Lennart Tollén Lennart Tollén ... Lennart / Eva's Fiancé
Björn Andrésen ... Pär's Buddy
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Storyline

Two teenagers fall in love over the summer, in spite of cynical and disapproving adults who dismiss their relationship as being nothing but young love.

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Moments of truth

Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Trivia

Shot during the summer of 1969 with virtually no rain days for two months. See more »

Quotes

Pär's Grandfather: Dagens tillvaro är inte konstruerad för mig. Den är inte konstruerad för ensamma.
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Connections

Featured in Minns Ni? (1993) See more »

Soundtracks

Talk to Me
Composed by Björn Isfält
Lyrics written by Roy Andersson
Sung by Staffan Stenström
Performed by Atlantic Ocean [aka Björn J:son Lindh, Gregory Allan Fitzpatrick (as Greg Fitzpatrick), Jan Bandel, Johnny Mowinckel, Staffan Stenström, Sten Bergman]
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A quick comment on this nice film...
5 March 2006 | by alex_50143See all my reviews

Holy Moly! Watching this movie was like a little nostalgia trip even if you're not from Sweden. The photography is delightful and the film has a very naturally flowing pace giving you the feeling that you've really stepped backwards in time! I thought that the acting was also very modern. I couldn't completely relate to the 'humour', which is very subtle and a bit alien to me but it also didn't get in the way or take away from the main theme threading the film. While watching the main plot unfold - the story of first love between two adolescents - the social climate of that time in Sweden is very strongly conveyed in a continuous backdrop of this film. I got the impression that this movie was really 20 years ahead of its time all round. If the exact same film had been made now (almost, if not impossible, me thinks) it would still be a great success. Maximum Respect!


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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish | Spanish

Release Date:

24 April 1970 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

En kärlekshistoria See more »

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$169,374
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Europa Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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