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Marie Liljedahl (1950 - )

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Marie Liljedahl
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The Seduction of Inga (1969) - Joe Sarno [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK]

The Seduction of Inga (1969) - Joe Sarno [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK]

One of the most beautiful films to be shot in Sweden, although filmed with black and white stock, Inga (Jag en oskuld, 1967) introduced Marie Liljedahl to audiences in the United States. During the film, there is a dialogue scene that takes place in a suana during which the is a beautiful shot of her that dollies back before she comes toward the camera. During an early scene of the film, characters are kept at a diagnal to each other, one in the foreground of the shot, the other in the background, during their conversation. There is then a cut to a scene during which Greta is sunbathing and reintroduced to a former lover. Marie Liljedahl enters the film by entering a living room from what appears to have been her bedroom, as though already dressed for bed, she had returned to say good night; in the film she is about to leave to meet Greta, who is her aunt. Characters during the early scenes often deliver lines at a diagnal to each other, but in close shot, one behind the other at their shoulders, almost off to the side, as they both face the camera.

Marie Liljedahl also appeared in the film Inga Two/The Seduction of Inga (Nagon att alska, 1971). For anyone who has seen her in film, particularly of interest is her brief inclusion in a dialogue scene in Eva-den uttstotta. Shown in the United States as Swedish and Underage (1973), the film stars Solveig Andersson. During the film there is a dialogue scene where Ms. Andersson, in an attic, is trying on a hat in a mirror shot. The line delivered by Marie Liljedahl is "But I don't see a connection between them." --http://scottlord.aaawebpage.com/scottlord.htm [Jun 2005]

See also: Joe Sarno - Eugenie

Joe Sarno

Of all the directors working in the sex-exploitation cinema of the 1960s, Joe Sarno was one of the few who truly believed in the redemptive power of both the cinema and of sex.A man of the Second World War generation who cut his directorial teeth photographing bombing raids over the South Pacific,by the early Sixties Sarno had joined the advance forces of another invasion -the sexualization of American movies. Sin in the Suburbs, Warm Nights and Hot Pleasures, Moonlighting Wives, The Bed and How They Made It, Come Ride the Wild Pink Horse, Bed of Violence, Vibrations, Young Playthings - Sarno ís films blasted away post-War mores and set the stage for an increasingly explicit investigation of the human sexual experience. --Michael J.Bowen http://lion.phpwebhosting.com/~nyuff2002/2003/index2.php?p=spe&s=ada [Dec 2004]

Eugenie - The Story of Her Journey Into Perversion (1969) - Jesus Franco

Eugenie - The Story of Her Journey Into Perversion (1970) - Jesus Franco [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK]
Innocent young Eugenie (Marie Liljedahl, luscious star of "Inga") is taken to an island paradise where she is initiated into a world of pleasure and pain controlled by the sinister Dolmance ("Lord of the Rings'" Christopher Lee). But when she surrenders to her own forbidden fantasies, Eugenie becomes trapped in a frenzy of drugs, sadomasochism, and murder. Can a frightened girl in the grip of carnal perversion find sanctuary in the orgies of the depraved? Jess Franco, the infamous director of "Vampyros Lesbos" and "Venus in Furs," brings you this legendary erotic classic, based on the Marquis De Sade's notorious "Philosophy in the Boudoir" and co-starring Jack Taylor (Succubus) and Maria Rohm. Presented completely uncut, this rarely seen shocker remains one of the most controversial explorations of extreme sexuality in European cinema history! --amazon.com

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