The young Dagmar Brink commits suicide. Her belongings are inherited by the resident caretaker in the house she lived in. The caretaker, who never knew her, wonders why and make contact ... See full summary »
An out-of-work musician (Järrel) is desperate for work and when his best friend (Ekman) sees an add requesting a cellist he signs him up. However, the work is for a female, so he creates ... See full summary »
In Sweden, the upper-class pianist Bengt Vyldeke suffers an accident in the military drill and becomes blind. He returns to the house of his aunt Beatrice Schröder and is initially ... See full summary »
A seemingly happy Swedish housewife and mother begins an adulterous affair with a foreign archaeologist who is working near her home. But he is an emotionally scarred man, a Jewish survivor... See full summary »
Max von Sydow
The devil has a stye in his eye, caused by the purity of a vicar's daughter. To get rid of it, he sends Don Juan up from hell to seduce the 20 year old Britt-Marie and to rob her of her ... See full summary »
Herr Sleeman kommer (Mr. Sleeman Is Coming) is a 1917 one-act play by the Swedish author Hjalmar Bergman. The main character is an orphaned young woman who is about to be married off to an ... See full summary »
Max von Sydow
A Hasse Ekman in the late 1950s is almost always a disappointment. Despite good character actors like Gunnar Björnstrand and Eva Dahlbeck, the plot doesn't go beyond slightly amusing. There is nothing original in this story about a married couple who starts to consider why they ever married. Bibi Anderssons is wonderful as always.
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