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Roy Andersson: Exhibition of Human Being
A Swedish Love Story
Director_ Roy ANDERSSON
Sweden 1969 119min DCP color feature Fiction
Review

The feature-debut of Roy Andersson. Just like the title, the film shows the love of a young couple, Annika and Parr. The dominant attitude between male and female characters is "hesitation." This hesitation is sometimes expressed in uncertainty, in fear or in amiableness within the relationship between the two. What is important lies behind the scene: with the background of the dull and stagnant reality of parents’ generation lost in the affluence of Swedish welfare society, the film is filled with tedious routines of an auto-repair shop and a refrigerator dealer. [LEE Sang-yong]

CREDIT
  • DirectorRoy ANDERSSON
  • ScreenplayRoy ANDERSSON
  • ProducerRolf LARSSON
  • CinematographyJorgen PERSSON
  • EditorKalle BOMAN
  • MusicBjorn ISFALT, ATLANTIC OCEAN
SoundOwe SVENSSON, Sven FAHLEN
DIRECTOR
Roy ANDERSSON
Roy Andersson was born in 1943 in Goteborg, Sweden. His film A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence won the Golden Lion at the 71st Venice Film Festival, and his previous works have also been introduced at the Cannes and Venice Film Festival. Whenever he presented his new films, they have caused controversies on human existence, and he finished his new work About Endlessness (2019) recently. In his photographic career as well as filmmaking, Andersson exhibits sharp insights on modernity and modern human beings. Thus, he has been called auteur of introspection since the 1990s, offering insights into human beings.
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