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Som du vill ha mej

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Som du vill ha mej
Directed byGösta Cederlund
Written byKid Bruncrona
Based onTancred Ibsen's film script for The Dangerous Game, in turn based on Alex Brinchmann's play Karusell
Produced byBengt Janzon
Starring
CinematographyKarl-Erik Alberts
Music bySven Rüno
Production
company
AB Svensk Talfilm
Release date
March 15, 1943
Running time
81 minutes
CountrySweden

Som du vill ha mej (As You Want Me) is a Swedish romantic comedy film from 1943 directed by Gösta Cederlund.[1][2] The script was written by Kid Bruncrona based on Tancred Ibsen's film script for The Dangerous Game, in turn based on Alex Brinchmann's play Karusell.

The film premiered in Sweden on March 15, 1943. Gustaf Wally appears in the film as a singer and dancer in one of his few film roles.

Plot

The outgoing architect Gösta asks his friend Fredrik, a doctor, for help. Gösta thinks that his wife Gunilla is a bit bored, and Fredrik is persuaded to test an invigorating injection on her. What they do not know is that Gunilla has overheard the entire conversation, and she decides to teach the gentlemen, in particular Gösta, a lesson. Gunilla changes in both character and appearance, and she begins a romance with a stylish conductor, all to make her husband jealous.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Winquist, Sven G.; Jungstedt, Torsten (1973). Svenskt filmskådespelarlexikon: 5000 svenska skådespelare i svenska och utländska filmer: 500 utländska skådespelare i svenska filmer. Stockholm: Forum. p. 476.
  2. ^ Wredlund, Bertil (1981). Långfilm i Sverige: 1940–1949. Stockholm: Proprius. p. 1974.

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