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Monday, March 20, 2006

Christina Lindberg Interview

Kevin Gilvear interviews Christina Lindberg for The DVD Times: Looking for Mushrooms with Christina Lindberg. It's a quite lengthy and informative interview. Good reading. (via Cinema Strikes Back)

Here is an excerpt when they are talking about
'Thriller - En Grym Film' (Thriller: A Cruel Picture'):

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[Kevin Gilvear]:
OK, well I’ll ask about that in a moment, but I just want to get to the other famous scene in the film – the gruesome eyeball scene. Now I’ve heard the rumour that a real corpse was used for the shot where you have your left eye gouged out. So I’m curious of course. How was that achieved? Is there any truth to the rumour?

[Christian Lindberg]:
Yes, it’s true. It was a young girl that had committed suicide and Vibenius, he used one of the biggest hospitals in Sweden. And they made it you know. They just put some mascara on the eyes.

[KG]:
That’s quite shocking. How did he actually get the body? Did he just walk in, ask for permission?

[CL]:
Probably with some kind of permission from a doctor or something like that. I really don’t know how he could, and I have been asked by many people connected with this situation and everyone says that’s just the way it was.

[KG]:
It makes you wonder about the poor girl’s family.

[CL]: Yes, but you can’t really see that it’s a different girl.
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Earlier posts on Christina Lindberg here at PCL:
Here and Here (not much to find there though I'm afraid..). Just saying this because "Christina Lindberg" is the No. 1 way to find this blog through the search engines (excluding of course varieties of "PCL LinkDump", "PCL" and "Linkdump" etc.). Stats like that makes me proud.

Updated: A while ago I started a Yahoo group dedicated to Christina Lindberg images. Not that much there yet.
Join if you got something to share (or just want the eye candy...). It's an adult group of course.