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Basic facts

Original title Husbands and Wives
Form Feature
Production country
Production company
Classification Allowed from age 11
Swedish release 1992-12-18


Woody Allen
Gabe Roth

Blythe Danner
Rains mamma

Judy Davis

Mia Farrow
Judy Roth

Liam Neeson

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Original title
Swedish release title
Title for Swedish DVD release


Director of Photography
Production Designer
Film Editor



Production Company TriStar Pictures
Jack Rollins and Charles H. Joffe Productions
Distributor in Sweden (35 mm) Columbia TriStar Films (Sweden) AB 1992
Stiftelsen Svenska Filminstitutet 1994
Distributor in Sweden (DVD) Nordisk Film AB 2002

Swedish censorship

Censorship number 131657
Date 1992-10-21
Classification Allowed from age 11
Notes Aktlängder: 410-548-542-549-474-432 = 2 955 m.

Technical specifications

Aspect ratio 1.66:1
Sound system Dolby Stereo Spectral Recording
Colour system DuArt Color
Width 35 mm
Frames per second 24
Reels 6 rullar

Release dates

Release in Sweden 1992-12-18 Göta Göteborg Sweden 108 min
1992-12-18 Downtown Malmö Sweden 108 min
1992-12-18 BioPalatset Stockholm Sweden 108 min
1992-12-18 Röda Kvarn Stockholm Sweden 108 min
TV showing 1997-05-10 SVT1 Sweden
2000-09-03 TV3 Sweden
2000-11-18 TV3 Sweden
DVD release 2002-05-15 Sweden


The Guldbagge Award Stockholm 1993 Best Foreign Language Film

Holdings Film

The information given here refers to film material in the Swedish Film Institute’s archive. Access to the archive’s stock is given on request, for research, other film archives and rights’ holders.

Element type Kopia
Item base Acetate
Gauge 35 mm
Length 2944

Element type Kopia
Gauge 35 mm

Holdings Posters

Size Between 850 x 700 and 850 x 1100

Holdings Scripts

Script type Cutting continuity

Script type Cutting continuity
Language English

Holdings Stills

Black and white print 11
Colour prints 8
Slides 18
Album No

Holdings Promotion materials

Type Program/Promotion material

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