A romantic drama about a soldier who falls for a conservative college student while he’s home on leave. –IMDb
One of Sweden’s most renowned directors, Lasse Hallström is best known to international audiences as the maker of such poignant but resolutely unsentimental coming-of-age films as My Life as a Dog and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape.
The son of an amateur filmmaker, Hallström was born in Stockholm on June 2, 1946. He began his professional career in high school when, with the assistance of a group of friends, he made a short film about some school mates who had formed a band. The film was shown on Swedish television, and after graduating high school, Hallström went on to do more work for television. His Shall We Dance? was aired in 1969, while The Love Seeker (1972) was Sweden’s entry at the Montreux Television Festival. The following year, Hallström’s Shall We Go to My or to Your Place or Each Go Home Alone?, a televised film about Swedish youth, was so well received that he was able to make his feature film directorial debut.
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Terribly boring. And the characters didn't know each other long enough to be so in love as quickly as they were. Nothing interested me....maybe the father should have had his own film or something. I can't believe I got as far in this film to see the father's story, but...
Winter wears on, and again, most of the more interesting openings of the week are local, beginning, almost inevitably, New York. Michael