Gull-Pian (Swedish)Gull-Pian (Swedish)

    Gull-Pian (Swedish)

    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Director:Staffan Götestam

    "Eva lives with her two aunts and her cousin Berit. She is waiting for mother to recover and come home from the hospital. Mother used to call Eva Gull-Pian and kiss her on the neck. Aunt Greta only cares about Berit and calls Eva ""you little beast"". Until one day when Eva does something so horrifying that the aunts won't forget it for years.One of ten short films based on Astrid Lindgren's short stories from the three collections Nils Karlsson-Pyssling, Kajsa Kavat and Sunnanäng that were published in 1988-1990."

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