Stimulantia

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Stimulantia
Stimulantia film poster.jpg
Theatrical film poster
Directed by Hans Abramson, Hans Alfredson, Arne Arnbom, Tage Danielsson, Lars Görling, Ingmar Bergman, Jörn Donner, Gustaf Molander and Vilgot Sjöman
Produced by Olle Nordemar
Written by Hans Abramson, Hans Alfredson, Arne Arnbom, Ingmar Bergman, Tage Danielsson, Jörn Donner, Lars Gorling, Erland Josephson, Gustaf Molander, and Vilgot Sjöman based on stories by Honoré de Balzac and Guy de Maupassant
Music by Bo Nilsson and Georg Riedel
Cinematography Ingmar Bergman, Rune Ericson, Lars Johnsson and Björn Thermænius
Edited by Bengt Karingi Per Krafft Ulla Rygh and Carl-Olov Skeppstedt
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Distributed by AB Svensk Filmindustri (1967)
Stiftelsen Svenska Filminstitutet (1994)
Release dates 1967
Running time 105 minutes
Country Sweden
Language Swedish

Stimulantia is a 1967 Swedish anthology film directed by Hans Abramson, Hans Alfredson, Arne Arnbom, Tage Danielsson, Lars Görling, Ingmar Bergman, Jörn Donner, Gustaf Molander and Vilgot Sjöman.[1]

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