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Last Dance (1993)

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Tove and Claes Salefalk (Helena Bergstrom and Reine Bynolfsson) and Liselott and Lennart Waltner (Ewa Froling and Peter Andersson) have known one another for years. At one time the two couples were good friends, but they have drifted apart recently. Both couples compete internationally as ballroom dancers, and both are very good, but the Waltners are better. They keep winning competition after competition, leaving the Salefalks in the dust. After a while, Tove just can't bear it, which is why, by the time they gather for the funeral of Claes' mother, they haven't spoken for almost a year. Meeting at the funeral, they attempt to renew their relationship, and take a vacation together in Barbados. However, close proximity only makes the tension worse. Another thing which bugs Tove is that she is sterile and can't have children, while Liselott gets pregnant and has one abortion after another. Things come to a head during a competition at Blackpool, an oceanside resort in northern England. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi
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Drama
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Cast

Helena Bergström
as Tove Saerlefalk
Reine Brynolfsson
as Claes Saerlefalk
Ewa Fröling
as Liselott Waltner
Peter Andersson
as Lennart Waltner
Rikard Wolff
as Priest
Philip Jackson
as Police Inspector
Peter Marshall
as Host in Blackpool
Stellan Skarsgard
as Host in Norrkoeping
Sverre Anker Ousdal
as Opera Manager
Ernst Gunther
as Opera Director
Pia Johansson
as Parking Attendant
Lena Soederblom
as Gynecologist
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