Swedish Film Institute backs Kling

Org to cover a third of 'Trust Me' budget

The Swedish Film Institute certainly knows how to make up for missed opportunities.

After refusing to back helmer Johan Kling’s first pic, “Darling,” which went on to become a local hit and fest fave, the film body apologized.

Now, it’s ponied up $1.1 million of the $3 million budget for Kling’s next pic, “Trust Me.”

Pic starts shooting Oct. 9 and is a dark comedy set at a rundown amateur theater in Stockholm. It stars brothers Alexander and Gustaf Skarsgard … as well as “Darling” actors Michelle Meadows and Michael Segerstrom.

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