Directed by Mai Zetterling

Mai Zetterling

Mai Zetterling (1925-1994) first came to international attention as the “sweet, blonde, and defenseless” star in post-war Swedish, British, and Hollywood movies. But she made her mark in the 1960s as the director of daring features, groundbreaking for their depiction of dynamic female protagonists at odds with contemporary mores, radical commentary on the sociopolitical attitude of the era, brazen sexuality and transgressive homoeroticism (she believed that “if you are doing a film in which the main characters are obsessed by sex, worried by it, frightened by it, then you have to show it, to deal with it”). – Film Forum (NYC)

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[film_teaser film_id=”Mai Zetterling: Night Games”]
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[film_teaser film_id=”Mai Zetterling: Amorosa”]