Giliap by Roy Andersson (1975, 130 min.). Giliap, the new waiter at the gloomy Hotel Busarewski, unknowingly initiates a peculiar love triangle when he falls in love with a beautiful waitress who may or may not already be involved with a curious Captain Hook–like character known as The Count. Andersson describes the film as his fabulous flop: three years in the making, it went over budget and bombed at the box office, rendering Andersson persona non grata to the Swedish film industry for 25 years. However misunderstood in his home country, the film was praised abroad and makes a beautiful—if perplexing—epilogue to A Swedish Love Story.