Måns Mårlind

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Måns Magnus Mårlind (born on 29 July 1969 in Vallentuna) is a Swedish director and screenwriter.

Mårlind (L) & Björn Stein, May 2008, at the Braddock Carnegie Library during filming of Shelter

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Mårlind attended film program in Stockholm University, Sweden and American Film Institute. His most notable work being the 2005 film Storm.[1] He co-directed the thriller Shelter with Björn Stein, his film school friend; the film stars Julianne Moore and Jonathan Rhys Meyers[2] and based on a screenplay by UK screenwriter Michael Cooney. The film currently enjoys a 0% rating on rotten tomatoes.[3] In November 2010, Mårlind and Stein replaced Len Wiseman as directors for 2012's Underworld: Awakening in a controversial decision that contributed to the film's poor critical reception.[4] Stein and Mårlind's latest movie is called Känn ingen Sorg (2013) and is based on the songs of Swedish singer/songwriter Håkan Hellström.

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