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Pernilla August is one of Sweden's most acclaimed actresses. She is also the only actress to have played the mother of Darth Vader (Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace, Star Wars: Episode 2 - Attack of the Clones), Jesus Christ (Mary, Mother of Jesus) and Ingmar Bergman (Den goda viljan). Time-Bomb (2005) is her first film as a director.


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Biography

Pernilla August is one of Sweden's most acclaimed actresses. She is also the only actress to have played the mother of Darth Vader (Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace, Star Wars: Episode 2 - Attack of the Clones), Jesus Christ (Mary, Mother of Jesus) and Ingmar Bergman (Den goda viljan). Time-Bomb (2005) is her first film as a director.

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Nominated for the Guldbagge Award Stockholm 2013 Best Actress in a Leading Role Call Girl
The Guldbagge Award 2011 Best Director Beyond
Nominated for the Guldbagge Award 2011 Best Actress in a Leading Role Miss Kicki
2011 Best Screenplay Beyond
Prize 2010 Region Skånes kulturpris
Festival Award Genève 2004 Detaljer (Bästa kvinnliga skådespelerska, vid festivalen Cinema Tout Ecran, Genève)
Nominated for the Guldbagge Award Göteborg 2004 Best Actress in a Supporting Role Om jag vänder mig om
Prize Rouen 2004 Om jag vänder mig om (bästa kvinnliga skådespelare, Rouen, Frankrike)
Nominated for the Guldbagge Award Göteborg 2004 Best Actress in a Leading Role Detaljer
The Guldbagge Award Stockholm 2000 Best Actress in a Supporting Role Där regnbågen slutar
Silver Hugo Chicago 1997 Enskilda samtal (bästa skådespelerska)
Festival Award Viareggio 1997 Enskilda samtal (bästa skådespelerska)
Valladolid 1997 Enskilda samtal (bästa skådespelerska)
The Guldbagge Award Stockholm 1993 Best Actress in a Leading Role The Best Intentions
Festival Award Cannes 1992 The Best Intentions (bästa skådespelerska)

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