From Maupassant to Fellini
It all began in the summer of 1969 with a twenty-six-year-old young director just barely out of the Swedish Film Institute who got the opportunity to direct his first feature-length film, En kärlekshistoria that in the US was distributed under the title A Swedish Love Story. Little did he know that his film debut - a story of rare beauty inspired by the French and Czech New Wave - would soon turn out to be major popular success and remain on the shelves of video stores just as much as . . .
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