Films in the Swedish language
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No Image for A HOLE IN MY HEART
Certification18 Our Rating
Rickard, his son and Eric, their grating flatmate, are three individuals that society has discarded. Adrift in a world of their own these misfits are joined by Tess, an adult actress, and their only friend Geko. What follows, lubricated by alcohol, disillusionment and anger, is a viscous swipe at every aspect of modern society, from class politics to cosmetic surgery, and an ultimately shocking denouement as their microcosm implodes. A Hole In The Heart is a brutal follow up to Moodysson's power find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
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Certification15 Our Rating
Young Arn, the son of a Swedish nobleman, is exiled to the Holy Land for 20 years as punishment for falling in love with Cecilia, who in turn is banished to a convent. When Arn returns from the Crusades as a proven and chivalrous warrior he is determined to reunite with his love, but first he must fight for his people within the fractured tribal politics of Medieval Sweden.
'Knight Templar' is a well made, high budget, historical romance with a substantial amount of heroic hack and slash find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
After having neglected her children for many years, world famous pianist Charlotte visits her daughter Eva in her home, where to her surprise she finds her other daughter, mentally impaired Helena, whom Eva has taken out of the institution where their mother had placed her. The relationship is strained, but the encounter is crucial for the future of both women, and one night a conversation releases all the things they have wanted to tell each other. Classic late Bergman. Slow-burning - get those find out more...
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Certification18 Our Rating
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DAYBREAK (2003)
Certification15 Our Rating
Swedish director Björne Runge directs a splendid cast in this dark drama about the destructive nature of dishonesty and betrayal. Over a fateful 24-hour period in a dreary Swedish town, three separate storylines unwind, united at times by loose connections among characters and, at other times, only by theme. find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating

Cash-strapped but ambitious business student JW finds himself being drawn ever deeper into the Stockholm underworld when he tries to impress the daughter of a wealthy family. At the same time, minor crook Jorge knows that if he can pull off one last cocaine deal, all his worries will be over. As the two protagonists paths prepare to cross, Jorge discovers that time is not on his side, as the police and the Serbian mafia, in the shape of ruthless enforcer Mrado, begin to close in. 

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No Image for ELVIRA MADIGAN
CertificationPG Our Rating
Winner of the Best Actress award at Cannes, 1967, and possibly the prettiest film of the sixties. A high-ranking Swedish soldier sacrifices his wife, career and social standing for the love of a young circus girl, but their idyllic liaison is soon tainted by the realities of life. Romantic tragedy. find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
An intimate portrait of working-class life in early 20th Century Malmo; Maria is the working class mother of seven, married to a violent, drunken, abusive husband with a bullying nature. By chance she discovers that she has a talent for photography, an ability to see things in a way that others cannot, and it is the confidence that this gives her which enables her not so much to liberate herself, but to learn to live within the rules of the social milieu into which she was born. Powerful stuff, find out more...
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EVIL (2007)
Certification15 Our Rating
Erik is not so much bad as fiercely independent and at constant odds with authority so he's expelled, his desperate parents enrolling him in an exclusive and Draconian boarding school, a punishment Erik feels he deserves. Determined to make amends, Erik shows nothing but silent defiance to his brutal new overseers, but, as the battle of wills with his nemesis, the school captain, reaches breaking point, Erik decides to make a stand not merely for himself, but for all those who have felt the inst find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
This tale, based in events in Ingmar Bergman's own life, tells the story of a love triangle riddled with jealousy, guilt and punishment. When a couple's love is infiltrated by the feelings between the wife and close friend every emotional nuance is examined. More ham-handed than Bergman might have liked, with hackneyed devices abounding, this is nonetheless an old-fashioned story told with the writer's style in mind. find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
Part 1 of the full length TV version. 8-year-old Fanny and 10-year-old Alexander live with their large and wealthy theatrical family in a Swedish province. But their lives are to change when their father collapses and dies, leaving their mother to be pursued by the puritanical local Bishop. Ingmar Bergman's "swan song"? find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
Part 2 of the full length TV version. 8-year-old Fanny and 10-year-old Alexander live with their large and wealthy theatrical family in a Swedish province. But their lives are to change when their father collapses and dies, leaving their mother to be pursued by the puritanical local Bishop. Ingmar Bergman's "swan song"? find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
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Certification15 Our Rating
When Annika and her daughter Saga move to Lapland they discover that living in a place that doesn't see daylight for months at a time is pretty rubbish, especially when the whole town is turning into vampires. find out more...
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Certification12 Our Rating
Under police guard in hospital, Lisbeth Salander is charged with murder and awaits the trial that has the country gripped. Cut off from all communication with the outside world, she must rely on Mikael Blomkvist to prove her innocence, but he is blocked at every turn as the corruption grows ever more insidious and labyrinth. The Girl who kicked the Hornets Nest is the conclusion to the trilogy and though it lacks the punch of the first film it satisfyingly brings the tale to its conclusion. find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
The Hour of the Wolf is the hour between night and dawn, the hour when most people die and the hour when the sleepless are haunted by their deepest fears. Haunted by demons past and present, artist Johan Borg fights a losing battle to retain his sanity and maintain his artistic prowess. His wife Alma, desperate to help him, finds herself starting to share his hallucinations, but as Johan's mind continues to unravel, Alma is forced to choose between her love and her life. A brilliant gothic fanta find out more...
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Certification15 Our Rating
Colin Nutley's delightfully wry and warm picture of the prejudices facing a swinging city couple arriving in a tiny Swedish village. The village is immediately polarised into those who like the couple, and those who are hilariously narrow minded and intolerant. Very witty and touching drama. find out more...
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Certification18 Our Rating
Sweden's answer to student riots up the Champs-Elysee was probably this film back in 1967, which 'Describes the difficulties of a radical in a country with no serious problems,'. Random questions asked by a young girl to members of the public displays the middle-aged middle-class apathy with the social upheaval of the sixties. With its added sex content it was no wonder it was banned. find out more...