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-{{Template}}'''''One Summer of Happiness''''' is a [[1951]] [[Swedish film]] based on the novel ''[[Sommardansen]]'' by [[Per Olof Ekström]]. It tells the story of teenage lovers who meet on a farm. It caused controversy upon its original release due to the presence of a nude swimming sequence.+{{Template}}'''''One Summer of Happiness''''' is a [[1951]] [[Swedish film]] based on the novel ''[[Sommardansen]]'' by [[Per Olof Ekström]] directed by [[Arne Mattson]]. It tells the story of teenage lovers who meet on a farm. It caused controversy upon its original release due to the presence of a [[nude scene|nude]] [[swimming]] sequence.
It was awarded the [[Golden Bear (award)|Golden Bear]] at the [[1952]] [[Berlin Film Festival]]. It was awarded the [[Golden Bear (award)|Golden Bear]] at the [[1952]] [[Berlin Film Festival]].

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One Summer of Happiness is a 1951 Swedish film based on the novel Sommardansen by Per Olof Ekström directed by Arne Mattson. It tells the story of teenage lovers who meet on a farm. It caused controversy upon its original release due to the presence of a nude swimming sequence.

It was awarded the Golden Bear at the 1952 Berlin Film Festival.

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