Tintomara (film)

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Tintomara is a 1970 Swedish-Danish drama film directed by Hans Abramson and starring Pia Grønning, Britt Ekland and Eva Dahlbeck. [1] It is based on the novel Drottningens juvelsmycke by Jonas Love Almqvist. It features one of Swedish literature's most enduringly popular characters, the intersex Tintomara.

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