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NonStop Selling Kling's "Darling"

By Indiewire | Indiewire February 8, 2007 at 6:12AM

At the European Film Market, NonStop Sales has announced a deal for international rights to Swedish director Johan Kling's first feature, "Darling," which the company is showing to select buyers here in Berlin. The film was an acclaimed title at the recent Gothenburg Film Festival, winning the Nordic Film Award at last month's festival. It is described as telling, "a tragic and comical tale of young obnoxious upper class, ordinary folks and the conditions of life in Stockholm in early 2000's." The film, starring Michelle Meadows and Michael Segerstrom, was produced by Frederik Heinig and will open tomorrow in Sweden. A a full market premiere is planned for the Marche du Film in Cannes in May. [Eugene Hernandez]
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At the European Film Market, NonStop Sales has announced a deal for international rights to Swedish director Johan Kling's first feature, "Darling," which the company is showing to select buyers here in Berlin. The film was an acclaimed title at the recent Gothenburg Film Festival, winning the Nordic Film Award at last month's festival. It is described as telling, "a tragic and comical tale of young obnoxious upper class, ordinary folks and the conditions of life in Stockholm in early 2000's." The film, starring Michelle Meadows and Michael Segerstrom, was produced by Frederik Heinig and will open tomorrow in Sweden. A a full market premiere is planned for the Marche du Film in Cannes in May. [Eugene Hernandez]

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