The Local’s Swedish film of the month: You, the Living

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: You, the Living

Film writer Peter Larkin reviews Swedish director Roy Andersson's wonderfully strange 'You, the Living' (2007).

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: Jönssonligan

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: Jönssonligan

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: As It Is in Heaven

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: As It Is in Heaven

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: Zozo

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: Zozo

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: A Man Called Ove

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: A Man Called Ove

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: The Sacrifice

The Local’s Swedish film of the month: The Sacrifice

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Impress the family with a sanitized Swedish summer

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The Dame Judi Dench of garden centres

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Ditch your coats – warm up with a curry

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Beans, sandals and Japanese tea ceremonies

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A touch of Thai magic

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Deadly impressive: Stockholm’s woodland cemetery

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Eating my way through Sweden’s winter

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A ‘Clone-a-Willy’ kit? The things one needs to do to integrate

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Showing off the gritty side of Sweden

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Kitsch, colourful and veggie

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‘You can’t eat when your tongue’s hanging out’

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Fantasies of escaping my squalor

Mosebacke: Observing the SoFo brigade

Mosebacke: Observing the SoFo brigade

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‘Forget the makeover – give me chocolate’

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Getting high with my weekend visitors

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A delux treat for the hostess with the mostess

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From panties to pies

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Keeping the kids happy in a Nordic winter

Concert review – Billy Bragg

Concert review – Billy Bragg

Stellar cast makes Mamma Mia! a film worth seeing

Stellar cast makes Mamma Mia! a film worth seeing

Stockholm’s Beethoven fest closes with a bang

Stockholm’s Beethoven fest closes with a bang