Sweden, Denmark, Italy


Elisabeth tires of her husband, so she packs her bags, takes her children and goes off to her brother, Goran. The year is 1975. Elisabeth is a fairly ordinary housewife from the suburbs, but Goran is a little different. He lives in a commune and that's where Elisabeth arrives with her children - to a chaotic house inhabited with long-haired people who discuss politics, have free sex, grow vegetables and drink lots of red wine. The collision of these two separate worlds sets off a drama that will change all their lives.

"Together" is a film about people trying to live together. Sometimes it works well, sometimes it doesn't. It's about love and divorce and family happiness and family unhappiness and about children and adults and friendship and sex and football.

Director's Biography

Lukas Moodysson was born in 1969. He published a collection of poetry when he was 17, followed by several books of poetry and a novel.

FUCKING AMAL (aka "Show me love") was Lukas Moodysson's first feature. The film was a great critical and commercial success and was distributed in a large number of countries. FUCKING AMAL was nominated for Best European Film 1999 by the European Film Academy.

Lukas Moodysson was the co-writer of the acclaimed Swedish TV-series THE NEW COUNTRY (2000).

TOGETHER is Lukas Moodysson's second feature film. It premiered at the Venice Film Festival.

1997 TALK, short
2000 THE NEW COUNTRY, as co-writer

Cast & Crew

Directed by: Lukas Moodysson

Written by: Lukas Moodysson

Produced by: Lars Jönsson

Cinematography: Ulf Brantas

Cast: Sam Kessel (Stefan), Lisa Lindgren (Elisabeth), Emma Samuelsson (Eva), Michael Nyqvist (Rolf), Gustaf Hammarsten (Göran), Anja Lundqvist (Lena), Jessica Liedberg (Anna), Ola Norell (Lasse), Shanti Roney (Klas)

Nominations and Awards

  • European Discovery of the Year - Fassbinder Award  2000