When somebody is talking about Scandinavian, in particular, Swedish cinema, one usually recalls the recent (or relatively recent, because time flies so fast!) films such as Force Majeure, Millennium trilogy or Let the Right One In. However, I would like to talk about the silent era, an amazingly interesting period and the golden age of Swedish cinema. Here comes the title: Sir Arne’s Treasure. I will not write anything new about it; this article is just a brief reflexion on the place of nature in this movie and the colour technique . . .

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I was born in Russia, Saint-Petersburg. Graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2015 with the degree of Master of Arts in Scandinavian Studies. The topic of my dissertation was ‘The Development of the Medieval Ballad in Sweden’. My interests lie within the literary art of the Viking Age, medieval ballads, history of the Swedish language and Scandinavian cinema.