Language of Love
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|Ur kärlekens språk|
|Directed by||Torgny Wickman|
|Produced by||Inge Ivarson|
|Screenplay by||Inge Hegeler
|Music by||Mats Olsson|
|Editing by||Carl-Olov Skeppstedt|
|Running time||102 minutes|
|Budget||SEK 700,000 (Around 100.000 dollars)|
|Box office||SEK 7,083,000 (Sweden) (sub-total)|
It gained a lot of publicity when 30,000 people gathered on Trafalgar Square in London to protest against a nearby movie theatre showing it, one of the protesters being pop singer Cliff Richard,. United States customs were known to have confiscated copies of the film. Following such events, it was at some places marketed as a sexploitation film of the "white coater" variety — a pornographic film masquerading as a documentary or scientific film.
The film had two sequels, Mera ur kärlekens språk in 1970 and Kärlekens XYZ in 1971. In 1973 the three films were edited together into a new film, Det bästa ur Kärlekens språk-filmerna ("The Best from the Language of Love Films").
Mera ur kärlekens språk (More from the Language of Love) had equally successful box office though it dealt more with alternate sexuality and lifestyles and with the disabled.
- Inge Hegeler
- Sten Hegeler
- Maj-Briht Bergström-Walan
- Sture Cullhed
- Barbro Hiort af Ornäs
- Stig Johanson
- Göthe Grefbo
- Gösta Krantz
- Julie Bernby
- Börje Nyberg
- Lennart Lindberg
- Margaretha Henriksson
- Conny Ling
- Ekeroth, Daniel (2011). Swedish Sensationsfilms: A Clandestine History of Sex, Thrillers, and Kicker Cinema. Bazillion Points. ISBN 978-0-9796163-6-5.
- "Mera ur Kärlekens språk (1970)". Swedish Film Database (in Swedish). Retrieved 29 February 2012.
- "Kärlekens XYZ (1971)". Swedish Film Database (in Swedish). Retrieved 29 February 2012.
- "Det bästa ur Kärlekens språk-filmerna (1973)". Swedish Film Database (in Swedish). Retrieved 29 February 2012.
- Ur kärlekens språk at the Internet Movie Database
- Ur kärlekens språk at the Swedish Film Database
- Det bästa ur Kärlekens språk-filmerna at the Swedish Film Database
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