|One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich|
|Directed by||Caspar Wrede|
|Produced by||Caspar Wrede|
|Written by||Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn,
|Music by||Arne Nordheim|
|Cinematography||Sven Nykvist, Hans Nord|
|Distributed by||Norsk Film A/S|
|Running time||Germany:105 min / Norway:104 min / USA:100 min|
|Country||UK / Norway|
The Norwegian title is En dag i Ivan Denisovitsj' liv.
Finnish film director Jörn Donner tried to get the film to Finland but Finnish Board of Film banned the showing the film and Donner complained to Supreme Administrative Court of Finland in 1972.Supreme Administrative Court voted for the banning 5-4 in February 28 1972. In 1972 and 1974 Swedish television showed the film and Swedish television mast in Ahvenanmaa was shut down during the movie because banning Finns to see the film.
Director of the Finnish Board of Film Jerker Eeriksson said that the banning of the film was political because it harmed the Finnish-Soviet relasionship. Director of the film Caspar Wrede who then lived in England didn't want to campaing against the banning because a awoiding and bad publicity in aboard.