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A scene from the film Sången om den eldröda blomman (Song of the Blood-Red Flower), 1956.

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A scene from the film Sången om den eldröda blomman (Song of the Blood-Red Flower), 1956.
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A scene from the film Sången om den eldröda blomman (Song of the Blood-Red Flower), 1956.
A scene from the film Sången om den eldröda blomman (Song of the Blood-Red Flower), 1956.
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Song of the Blood-Red Flower is a Swedish drama film from 1956 , directed by Gustaf Molander . It is based on a Finnish novel by Johannes Linnankoski , Laulu tulipunaisesta kukasta . Olof and Elli fall in love at ambient dismay. When he decides to leave the village and work as floaters, she wants to come along, but he asks her to stay until he comes back. Life as floaters brings many new places where Olof often meet new women arouses his interest. The film premiered at 26 december 1956 in the cinemas Fountain and Red Mill in Stockholm . It was recorded in Filmstaden Råsunda with extereriörscener from Faxälven and Angermanalven . It was the first Swedish film in color Aga-Scope, the Swedish CinemaScope format. That model had been the author of John Linnankoski novel A Song tulipunaisesta kukasta from 1905 that came in Swedish translation 1906 . Photo responded Åke Dahlqvist .

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