A loving family's world is shattered by an old friend's arrival, carrying a dark secret.
Did You Know?
The film's source dramatic stage play "The Wild Duck" (1884) by Henrik Ibsen
was first performed on 9th January 1885 at the Den Nationale Scene theatre in Bergen, Norway. In the play's introduction, its description states that it is a play in five acts, and its setting is described as "The 1880s. Werle's house and later Hjalmar Ekdal's studio in Christiania, Norway". The setting and time-frame though however are different in this Australian filmed adaptation. See more
Version of Agriopapia