Stig Larsson Scriptwriter
Since his 1979 cult debut The Autists, Stig Larsson has established himself as one of Sweden’s most well-known and influential authors. His instinct for psychological and emotional violence has been compared to Strindberg and Ingmar Bergman. He has published over twenty books including novels, short stories, and poetry collections. He has written and directed internationally successful plays for the stage such as C.E.O. and Sisters And Brothers. In 1989, he wrote and directed his feature film debut Angel, followed by The Rabbit Man in 1990. He has directed TV movies such as Under Ice (1991) and Nigger (1991), and written screenplays for films such as Kristian Petris’ acclaimed The Summer (1995).