- 131 min
- Directed by: Jan Troell
- Written by: Niklas Rådström, Jan Troell, Agneta Ulfsäter-Troell
- Cast: Maria Heiskanen, Mikael Persbrandt, Jesper Christensen
- Language: Swedish, Finnish
Veteran Scandinavian filmmaker Troell's latest is a slow-paced, solidly performed and handsomely mounted feature about a woman discovering her natural ability for photography in early 20th century Sweden. Spanning a period of roughly ten years beginning in 1907, the episodic narrative of this true story-inspired film follows the ups and downs in the marriage of wife and mother of seven Maria (Heisanken).
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
Reviews & features
Everlasting Moments14 May 2009
DRAMA (15) 131min Given veteran Scandinavian filmmaker Jan Troell’s latest is about a woman discovering her natural ability for photography in early 20th century Sweden, it’s wholly appropriate that the film is a masterclass in visual design.
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