Stellan Skarsgård knew Maria Sødahl, the director of his latest film “Hope,” well before she pitched him the idea–but he also knew her through the time when she was given just three months to live.
“Hope” is a romance about a woman and her relationship with her husband after she’s diagnosed with a terminal illness, and Sødahl called the film her “most autobiographical” work after she nine years ago received a cancer diagnosis and was given by doctors only three months to live.
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