The Village's timeat the top of the Swedish chart was brief as two new releases pushed it down tothird in its second week. Local writer-director Kay Pollak's return tofilmmaking after 18 years, Saa Som IHimmelen, (As In Heaven) impressively managed to go head to head with
The drama follows an internationally acclaimed orchestraconductor, who returns to his childhood home after suffering from a breakdown.The film bears resemblance to other local hits like The Guy In The Grave Next Door and House Of Angels. Actress turned filmmaker Tuva Magnusson-Norlingdidn't fare quite as well with her directing debut Miss Sweden, though it stars Alexandra Dahlstroem in her first leadrole since Fuckng Amal. It opened onsix with just $2,110 screen average on its high 62 prints.