It is the story of a young girl who is, or was, curious about politics, nonviolence, Zen, commitment, socialism, other Swedes, and, to be sure, sex. It is a serious film with a noble theme, and, in dramatic terms, it is original... It not only tells us where we've been heading sexually, it shows us where we've been
"One of the very few (films) which has dealt with the theme and the subject (of sex) with great candor and honesty... I find it a very important film, indeed," writes Hollis Alpert, film critic, Saturday Review.
"Artistically courageous and honest and salutary. .. a genuine moral contribution," says John Simon, film critic, New Leader.
"Fine, adult comedy...wise, serious, sometimes deadpannedly funny about the politics of life," writes Vincent Canby of The New York Times.
"A landmark likely to shatter many of our last remaining movie conventions," comments William Wolf of Cue.
"...I felt I had encountered a major work...I think it is a profoundly moral movie," says Norman Mailer.
The Evergreen Film presented by Grove Press
Starring Lena Nyman
A Sandrews Production
Directed by Vilgot Sjöman
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