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Linn Ullmann: At That Point it Became Possible to Write

"Subterfuge is very liberating. It helps you be as truthful as you can." Award-winning Norwegian writer Linn Ullmann discusses memory and autobiography on the occasion of her latest novel, which treats the relationship between herself and her famous parents, Ingmar Bergman and Liv Ullmann. The ninth child of legendary filmmaker Ingmar Bergman and only child of actress Liv Ullmann, author Linn Ullmann grew up surrounded by artists between New York, USA, Oslo, Norway and her father's house in Fårö, Sweden.
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