this is a gorgeous film. i had the privilege to watch it with jan troell himself. he spoke with us after the film and told us how he is one of the rare directors who also does his own cinematography. it was one of the reasons he never went to hollywood, where union regulations prohibit directors from working simultaneously as cinematographers on a film. he is a gorgeous cinematographer though - i cannot imagine him working any other way.have you had the chance to see the emigrants and the new land, both made in the 70s? they are very very long and very very good.
Thanks for making me cry :p I bursted into tears while seeing this trailer. I'll definitely watch the film!
I missed it in the theatre (it was at Seven Gables in Seattle) and was so sorry, and then I checked every month on Netflix for when it would be available. Loved it. It was worth all of the Netflix stalking.
hello, you probably get this comment a lot, but I have to tell you how whimsical and beautiful your artwork is. And your blog is lovely too :)
Oooh! Is this on dvd now? I've been wanting to see this for a while!! hooray! :)
I've just added this to my rental list, it looks wonderful! xx
oh dear, I had almost forgot how beutiful this movie is. I dont realy like that much swedich movie (maybe becouse im swedish haha) but this is sooo good.. You also have to check out a movie called "den bästa sommaren". I think its called "a summer tale" in english..
as i write through tears,there's a small exhibit piece at the exploratorium in sf where, if you stand in front of this box and you shake this wand very quickly, you see an image of a little girl, in a white dress, dancing. it was strange, and so beautiful... it felt like this.
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