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Vilde, the Wild One (1986)

Hud (original title)
In a rural western town in 1890 a woman has a mute old daughter after relations with her step father, which in his need of money, wants to sell them off to a rich skin tradesman. While resisting this, the woman turns lame.

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Credited cast:
Vibeke Løkkeberg ...
Vilde
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Sigurd - Vilde's Stepfather
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Edward - an artist
Elisabeth Granneman ...
Vilde's Mother
Frank Audun Kvamtrø ...
Antonies
Per Jansen ...
Sjur
Tonje Kleivdal Kristiansen ...
Malene
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The Vicar
Thale Svenneby ...
Vilde som barn
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jan Andersen
Rolf Berntzen
Nicholas Grace
Arild Haaland
Gjert Haga
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Edward's Wife
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In a rural western town in 1890 a woman has a mute old daughter after relations with her step father, which in his need of money, wants to sell them off to a rich skin tradesman. While resisting this, the woman turns lame.

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9 October 1986 (Norway)  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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Probably one of the most boring films ever made
5 January 2001 | by See all my reviews

If you haven`t seen this "masterpiece" consider yourself lucky. It`s a classic norwegian tragedy, but with Vibeke Løkkebergs unique boredom. Here you can have 25 minutes with a woman standing in front of a boat. to quote Monthy Python: this is a wine for staying away and avoiding.


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