Hugo & Josephine (82 mins)
The lonely daughter of a rural pastor makes friends with a wild boy who lives in the woods and they spend the summer inventing games and revelling in carefree fantasies. Kjell Grede delivers a 1950s Swedish summer classic to rank alongside Ingmar Bergman's celebrated examples of the genre (Summer With Monika), and a tale of pure, heart-breakingly innocence.
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Featuring Marie Öhman, Fredrik Becklén, Beppe Wolgers
Directed by Kjell Grede
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