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|Sweden: Heaven and Hell|
|Directed by||Luigi Scattini|
|Written by||Luigi Scattini|
|Produced by||Mario Borghi|
|Narrated by||Enrico Maria Salerno|
|Edited by||Luigi Scattini|
|Music by||Piero Umiliani|
|Distributed by||Produzioni Atlas Consorziate|
Sweden: Heaven and Hell (Italian: Svezia, inferno e paradiso) is a 1968 Italian mondo film directed, written and edited by Luigi Scattini. It features actress Marie Liljedahl and is narrated by Enrico Maria Salerno, while the English dub is provided by British actor Edmund Purdom, and the French version by Jean Topart.
The film is made up of nine segments focusing on different aspects of sexuality in Sweden, such as lesbian nightclubs, pornography, the swinging lifestyle of married couples, and the sex education of teenagers. It also examines drug addiction, alcoholism, and suicides in Sweden.