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From Ingmar Bergman to Lasse Hallstrom – The Unbearable Sultriness of Lena Olin

  • 1aBDanielLena
    Philip Kaufman saw Miss Julie on stage and cast Lena Olin in The Unbearable Lightness of Being.

    1aBergmanLenaMissJulie
    Lena Olin as Miss Julie.

  • 1aBleedingromeo
    Romeo is Bleeding – Lena played a psycho-killer.

  • Happy birthday Lena Olin (wiki)

    Olin, the youngest of three children, was born in Stockholm, Sweden, Europe. She is the daughter of actress Britta Holmberg and director Stig Olin.[1] She studied acting at Sweden’s National Academy of Dramatic Art.[citation needed]

    In October 1974, at age 19, Olin was crowned Miss Scandinavia 1974 in Helsinki, Finland.

    n 1980, Olin was one of the earliest winners of the Ingmar Bergman Award,[3] initiated in 1978 by the director himself, who was also one of the two judges.

  • Film stills from Fanny and Alexander, Lena played a nanny (1982) scroll down to see her from the first comment.

  • 1enemiesLenaOLin
    Lena Olin was heartbreaking and ferocious..she won New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress.

    Paul Mazursky directed Enemies a Love Story.

  • With Lena Olin After the Rehearsal

    (via Ingmar Bergman archive)

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