Olga Sundblom has alone after the divorce the custody of the son Krister. He has trouble of controlling himself. He cheats in school, smokes in the bed and is generally unbearable. He is send to Granberga boarding school and soon he starting to turn everything upside down. He offers the schoolmates alcohol and begins a relationship with a young woman that he treats like a slut. When he gets expelled he escapes to his summerhouse.
Holger Hallman, CEO of a weapons factory try to prevent his son Tom from dating a manucurist, Lydia. By mistake he try to pay off the wrong manicurist, Mary, who by coincidence has a fiancé named Tom.
It’s Christmas. The owner of an old mansion decides to tell his family he’s decided to sell it. The following morning he’s found murdered.
A young prostitute, Gullan Svan, is murdered one night. The police suspects that the murderer is a student, since she had a lot of students as customers. The murderer stole a picture of Gullan after he killed her, a picture which later is found in a rented tuxedo when the tuxedo is returned. Four students decide to solve the case, but it seems that the truth is even closer than they first suspected… Plot by Mattias Thuresson
A new teacher arrives to the small village and he soon stir up some trouble with his modern way of looking at things. He also stir up some amorous feelings among the local women.
Romance between a student and a girl from the countryside.
A high school in a small city. Torben and Ninni are deeply infatuated with each other but their parents dislike the pair seeing each other. After graduation Torben joins the army and when Ninni discovers that she is pregnant her parents send her to a farm in Denmark to bear her child.
Bread of Love (Swedish: Kärlekens bröd) is a 1953 Swedish drama film directed by Arne Mattsson. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.
Karl Oskar Bohm looks back at his life, his estranged daughter Augusta and his wife Sofia.