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Language of Love (Swedish: Kärlekens språk) is a 1969 Swedish film directed by Torgny Wickman. It was an international success.

It is called a sex education film or a sexploitation film of the "white coater" variety (a pornographic film masquerading as a documentary or scientific film).

Trivia

  • The film's soundtrack was written by Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, who later went on to become members of Swedish pop group ABBA. They also wrote the music for another Swedish film of the same genre and era, "Inga 2".
  • It was followed by three sequels and a remake was released in 2004.




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