Amour (1970 film)

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Directed by Gabriel Axel
Written byGabriel Axel
Produced byGabriel Axel
Henrik Sandberg
CinematographyRolf Rønne
Edited byEdith Nisted Nielsen
Lizzi Weischenfeldt
Music byBertrand Bech
Release date
  • 7 August 1970 (1970-08-07)
Running time
94 minutes

Amour (also known as Ways of Women) is a 1970 Danish drama film directed by Gabriel Axel. [1]



1st episode, c. 1200
2nd episode, c. 1910
3rd episode, c. 1840

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  1. Stevenson, J. (2009). Scandinavian Blue: The Erotic Cinema of Sweden and Denmark in the 1960s and 1970s. McFarland, Incorporated, Publishers. p. 161. ISBN   978-1-4766-1259-1 . Retrieved 19 February 2018. A film that was really much more interesting if hardly as successful was Gabriel Axel's Danish-French co-production Amour, which opened just a week after Bedside Manner. Composed of three self-standing chapters, it was an attempt to explore different film styles, to elaborate on themes from his earlier movies and in part to recreate ...