Swedish movie list
I just wanted to share with you guys my list of Swedish movies which have dialogues in Swedish.
I find there are quite a few but it's not too easy to find their titles on the internet as they are often mixed with movies by Swedish directors/producers but are actually in English. So I wanted to create a comprehensive list myself. You are welcome to add any other titles!
If you have watched any, let me know your favourite (personally I really loves Kops I find it hilarious!)
Here is the link to the list
Edit: The list keeps growing :) thanks everyone
You must see the classic films of the great Swedish director Ingmar Bergman...so many of them are just incredible...films like Fanny and Alexander, The Smiles of a Summer Night and The Wild Strawberries are three of my personal favorites.
I can honestly say that the single biggest motivation for me to push ahead with learning Swedish has been my love for these profound moving films.
Are you just looking for movie or for series as well? There a lot of swedish crime series (Wallander, Beck, Annika Bengtzon to just mention a few). A very funny series is "Welcome to Sweden" - the language is a mixture of Swedish and English and it is basically about a guy from America which moved to Stockholm to his Swedish girlfriend.
Edit: "En man som heter Ove" is a movie I unfortunately have not seen yet.
Oh no! I am not in Sweden (yet!). I hate how hard it is to find this stuff on the internet including the movies. I think I spent a good half hour the other evening looking for a few titles and then ended up defeated watching an English movie :(
Good to hear! Someone just suggested two childrens movies and gave links so I think that would be the simplest place to start? In songs from the second floor they talk quite clearly too and kind of always repeat the same things (sounds weird but I it's an amazing movie, give it a try)
Do you people speak a bit a french?
The very famous french singer Boris Vian made a very famous french song called "Je suis snob" (I'm snob) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFdYZQmQtcs . I like that line: "J'vais au cinéma, voir des films suédois" (I go to the cinema to see swedish movies). I wonder what movies he exactly had in mind in 1955 or if it was only for the rime... (yeah, "cinéma" and "suédois" rime in french)