All Things Fair is a 1995 Swedish drama directed by Bo Widerberg. Set in southern Sweden, the narrative unfolds in the backdrop of World War II and follows the story of a teenage boy, Stig, who starts developing feelings for his middle-aged teacher, Viola. Notably, Johan Widerberg, the son of director Bo Widerberg, portrays the young boy in the film, while Marika Lagercrantz takes on the role of his teacher. This was Widerberg's last film, who died from stomach cancer in 1997. All Things Fair garnered numerous domestic and international accolades, ultimately receiving a nomination for Best Foreign Language Film at the 68th Academy Awards. All Things Fair is a poignant exploration of love, lust, and adolescence, providing a dramatic depiction of moral dilemmas and the harsh realities of adult relationships through the eyes of a teenager.
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