Continuation from Utvandrarna (1971): The Swedes arrive in the USA. They still have a long journey to Minnesota where they expect to find other Swedes. When they arrive there, each family searches a place to build a home. Kristina and Karl-Oskar live a better life than in Sweden, even though Kristina is very homesick in the begin. Karl-Oskar's brother and his friend Arvid go to California to follow the gold rush. However, Robert returns sick without Arvid who died on the way to California. Robert gets no better and dies. Later, Kristina dies while being pregnant. Karl-Oska r gets much older than her but feels very lonely during his last years.
Hailey S (fr) wrote: What a beautiful story of the goal to be a better dad and what to look for when searching for the right partner.
Katerra B (us) wrote: Interesting plot but horribly executed. A terrible nod to Wes Anderson.
bill s (ca) wrote: Great movie that's very under valued.Levitt's best work as he methodically puts the pieces together..
Nicola W (mx) wrote: Some people are just psycho when love is concerned. so glad for a happy ending. great movie as he hunts for his ex gf but keeps missing her because of the psyco. Lots of twists and turns in this one
Onur Y (br) wrote: some kind of excitement
Deke P (us) wrote: saw it in theater when very young. Liked it then.
Bill T (ca) wrote: Good movie with William Powell and Myrna Loy. Loy stars as a broadway dancer choosing between Powell and Franchot Tone (hard choice there), and we all know she's made the wrong choice, but will she save her marriage in time? Some good numbers here. Takes forever to get going though, but definitely picks up in the end (and yes, makes a valid accompaniment to a previous movie "Sing You Sinners"
James H (es) wrote: A VERY OVERLOOKED HIDDEN TREASURE OF A FILM, NOT SEEN BY MANY, BUT IT IS AN EXCELLENT DRAMA WITH A REMARKABLE PERFORMANCE BY CAROL KANE, EASILY HER BEST PERFORMANCE EVER. THE STORY IS EXCELLENT, WONDERFULLY FILMED IN BLACK AND WHITE. IT HAS A REAL FEEL FOR THE 1890'S.