|Directed by||Jan Halldoff|
|Produced by||Bengt Forslund
|Written by||Bengt Forslund
|Distributed by||Svensk Filmindustri|
In the Stockholm archipelago lives the barber Assar Gustafsson (played by Carl-Gustaf Lindstedt) peacefully with his 17-year-old daughter Anna-Bella (played by Christina Lindberg). One day Assar’s wife Sally (Ulla Sjöblom) comes back after five years of absence and she starts up a brothel with the young girl as the main attraction.
The film contains a lot of nudity and violence, but also a lot of humor, and has achieved cult film status in Sweden. In 2014, SF released it on DVD as part of Fyra klassiska filmer av Jan Halldoff box set.
- Carl-Gustaf Lindstedt ... Assar Gustafsson
- Ulla Sjöblom ... Sally Gustafsson
- Christina Lindberg ... Anna Bella Gustafsson
- Ernst Günther... Jansson
- Eddie Axberg ... Jan
- Jan Blomberg ... Photographer
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