Gunvor Nelson: capturing the nether regions of femininity on film

Document author(s):
Robert di Matteo
Document source:
San Francisco Bay Guardian
Publication date:
1976 Oct 15
Document language:
Document type:
Number of pages:
Source pagination:
13, 14
Document name subject:
Gunvor Nelson
Document contains:
production co
Related films:
  • Schmeerguntz — Nelson, Gunvor; Wiley, Dorothy — United States; Sweden — 1966
  • Fog Pumas — Nelson, Gunvor; Wiley, Dorothy — United States — 1967
  • My Name is Oona — Nelson, Gunvor — United States; Sweden — 1969
  • Take Off — Nelson, Gunvor — United States — 1972
  • Moons Pool — Nelson, Gunvor — United States — 1973
  • Trollstenen — Nelson, Gunvor — United States — 1973
Film country(ies):
Sweden and United States
Film language(s):
Film genre(s):
Bay Area avant-garde, Experimental, Feature, Portrait, Short, and Surrealist
Film subject(s):
  • Coming of age
  • Consumption (Econonics) -- United States
  • Family life
  • Identity (Psychology) in children -- Drama
  • Image of women
  • Imagination in children -- Drama
  • Mythology -- History
  • Striptease
  • Subconsciousness
  • Sweden
  • Women -- Socialization

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