Late 19th century. The young miss Julie lives in a mansion with her father. She has recently broken her engagement but is attracted to one of the servants, Jean. They spend the midsummer night together, telling each other their memories and of their dreams. Realizing that an affair between a man of the people and an aristocrat is impossible, they plan to escape to Switzerland.
The haunting, passionate film version of Strindberg's World Famous Play
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Did You Know?
In an interview with Cahiers Du Cinema in 1957, Stanley Kubrick
praised it, saying that it was "directed in an extremely remarkable fashion" See more
Version of Theatre Night: Miss Julie
(from "A midsummer's night dream")
Composed by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy See more