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Visiting One's Son

Swedish (MIFF 2009, Fiction Shorts)

Director: Roy Andersson

The casual cruelty of parenthood meets with the nonchalance of youth. This is Andresson at work in the social milieu in which he excels.

Not in competition

D/P/S Roy Andersson WS Swedish Film Institute L Swedish w/English subtitles TD 16mm/1967

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