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Under the Sun (Swedish: Under solen) is a 1998 Swedish film directed by Colin Nutley, adapted from the short story The Little Farm by H. E. Bates. The film stars Rolf Lassgård, Helena Bergstrom (who is married to director Nutley), and Johan Widerberg. Set in Sweden in the mid-1950’s, the film was nominated for the 1999 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film begins with a voice over quotation of the verse from the Book of Ecclesiates which includes the language, ‘for every thing there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven.’ After the death of his mother over a decade ago, Olof (Rolf Lassgård), an illiterate farmer, lives alone on his family farm. Olof can't read, so his young friend Erik (Johan Widerberg)—who has been a sailor and who claims to have known various American celebrities while staying in the United States of America and to have bedded hundreds of women—handles all the business of the farm. One day Olof puts out an ad for a woman in a local...
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