Sweden: Heaven and Hell

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Sweden: Heaven and Hell
Sweden- Heaven and Hell FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed byLuigi Scattini
Written byLuigi Scattini
Produced byMario Borghi
CinematographyClaudio Racca
Edited byLuigi Scattini
Music byPiero Umiliani
Distributed byAvco Embassy Pictures (US)
Release date
4 September 1968 (Italy)
Running time
90 minutes (US)
85 minutes (Sweden)

Sweden: Heaven and Hell (Italian: Svezia, inferno e paradiso) is an Italian mondo film from 1968 directed by Luigi Scattini. The English language print was narrated by British actor Edmund Purdom.

The film which is made up of nine segments focuses on different aspects of sexuality in Sweden such as lesbian nightclubs, porn films, the swinging lifestyle of married couples and the sex education of teenagers. The film also examines drug addiction, alcoholism and suicides in Sweden.

The film also featured the debut of the song "Mah Nà Mah Nà" by Piero Umiliani, later made famous by Samir Ghanem and The Muppets.

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