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


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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