Seventh Heaven (1956 film)

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Seventh Heaven
Directed by Hasse Ekman
Written by Hasse Ekman
Starring Sickan Carlsson
Hasse Ekman
Gunnar Björnstrand
Distributed by Svensk Filmindustri
Release date
  • 11 June 1956 (1956-06-11)
Running time
92 minutes
Country Sweden
Language Swedish

Seventh Heaven (Swedish: Sjunde himlen) is a 1956 Swedish film, directed by Hasse Ekman.

Plot summary[edit]

Willy Lorens is a successful radio idol with the hit series "Seventh Heaven". But the amount of fan mail and attention eventually becomes too much for Lorens, who suffers a minor collapse. He is taken to hospital where he meets Dr. Lovisa Sundelius, virtually the only woman in Sweden who does not admire the radio idol. In fact she despises him.

Since the program still has to air, according to the radio company, Lorens gets a vitamin injection and get to broadcast the program from his hospital bed. Dr. Sundelius checks upon her patient, and to help him she improvise a part in the show, but does it too wild. The next day, the newspapers headlines write about the embarrassing blunder.

To get away from it all, Wily Lorens buys a bus ticket to a trip through Europe with Italy as the destination, but it just so happens that Lovisa Sundelius also has a ticket to that same bus ride. Along for the ride is also Lovisa Sundelius incredibly dull fiancé...

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