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Force Majeure (above) is about a perfect Swedish family on an uncomfortable but hilarious journey through the French Alps while Trespassing Bergman is a documentary about the legendary Swedish filmmaker that dwells not only into his own life, but also the way his work has influenced scores of directors around the world.

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Force Majeure is about a perfect Swedish family on an uncomfortable but hilarious journey through the French Alps while Trespassing Bergman (above) is a documentary about the legendary Swedish filmmaker that dwells not only into his own life, but also the way his work has influenced scores of directors around the world.

A weekend of Swedish cinema

Jan 29, 2016 5:50 AM

WHEN you think about Sweden, what comes to mind first? If it's ready-to-assemble furniture, meatballs, or just a place where they have really high tax rates, it might be time to widen your cultural horizons.

The Embassy of Sweden (Singapore) in collaboration with indie cinema The

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