Kay Pollak

 

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Kay Pollak is a Swedish film director. After a long break from film-making, he returned in 2004 with As It Is in Heaven (Så som i himmelen), a major box office success in Sweden. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was also nominated for no less than eight Swedish Guldbagge Awards, including Best Direction and Best Film, but received none

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Kay Pollak

Born 1938-05-21 (82 years ago) in Gamlestaden, Gothenburg.

Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
European Film Awards Audience Award for Best Director (As It Is in Heaven) European Film Awards 2005 2005 Så som i Himmelen
Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film (As It Is in Heaven) 77th Academy Awards 2004 Så som i Himmelen
Relationships
Name From To Relationship type
Carin Pollak(Gifta: 1986–) 1986 Gifta
Children

Klara-Maria Pollak, Johannes Pollak, Mattias Pollak

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Pollak is a Swedish film director. After a long break from film-making, he

returned in 2004 with As It Is in Heaven (Så som i himmelen), a major box

office success in Sweden. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best

Foreign Language Film. It was also nominated for no less than eight Swedish Guldbagge

Awards, including Best Direction and Best Film, but received none.

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