- Original title
Maria Larssons eviga ögonblick (Everlasting Moments)
- Running time
- 130 min.
Niklas Rådström (Story: Jan Troell, Agneta Ulfsäter-Troell)
Mischa Gavrjusjov, Jan Troell
Drama | 1900s. Photography
- Synopsis / Plot
- Set in the early XXth century, the Ulm is based on the real life story of the grandmother of Jan Troell's wife. Maria is swept away by the loutish rake Sigfrid, and marries him at a young age. Sigfrid can't keep a job, but possesses a unique gift for stumbling home roaring drunk at the worst possible moment. Eventually, his rage and frustration manifest themselves on the domestic front. Confronted with a bleak future, Maria strikes up a friendship with Mr. Petersson, the proprietor of the local photography shop. She begins taking her own photographs. For her, it's a near magical window to a world she knows little about, and a welcome respite from her tumultuous home.
2008: Seminci - Festival of Valladolid: Best Actress (Maria Heiskanen), Best Cinematographer.
: Independent Spirit Awards: Nominated for Best Foreign Film
: Nominated for Golden Globe: Best Foreign Language Picture
: Guldbagge Awards (Sweden): Best Picture, Actress in a Leading Role (Maria Heiskanen), Actor in a Leading Role (Mikael Persbrandt), Actor in a Supporting Role (Jesper Christensen), Achievement
: New York Film Critics Circle: Nominated for Best Foreign Film
: Festival Seminci - Valladolid: Best Actress (Maria Heiskanen), Cinematography
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