Tag Archives: Jarl Kulle

Åke Falck – Bröllopsbesvär AKA Swedish Wedding Night (1964)

Max Scharnberg/IMDb wrote:
A wedding without love. The bridegroom is the owner of the greatest butcher enterprise in the town. He is also a womaniser who boasts about knowing what kinds of pants numerous girls wear. The bride is unusually beautiful. Her mother instructs her never to refuse her husband and never to argue against his side-affairs. The boy she really loves and who loves her would never do as a breadwinner. The bride’s family believes that he is working far away. Her father has not taken a full bath for many years, and the bride needs much diplomacy to make him do so on the wedding day. To obtain money for the feast the bride had sold an old cow to the slaughterhouse. Read More »

Lars-Magnus Lindgren – Änglar, finns dom? aka Love Mates (1961)

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A young man, Jan Froman, who has spent his life so far on a couch reading books, decides to become CEO of the local bank. He gets a job as assistant janitor. He sees Margareta who also works in the bank, and it’s love at first sight. However, she is already engaged to be married, which complicates things. In a not all together honest way, he starts trading in the stock market and with real estate, to get access to the boardroom of the bank. Read More »