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2 - I, a Woman, Part II (1968)

Jeg, en kvinda II (original title)
Not Rated | | Drama | 22 March 1968 (Denmark)
Newly married to a sexually perverted German millionaire, Siv submits herself to endless degradation before discovering that her husband harbors a diabolical secret.

Director:

Mac Ahlberg

Writers:

Peer Guldbrandsen, Agnethe Thomsen (novel) (as Siv Holm)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gio Petré ... Siv Holm
Lars Lunøe Lars Lunøe ... Hans Henrik Holm
Hjördis Petterson ... Siv's mother-in-law
Bertel Lauring Bertel Lauring ... Svendsen
Klaus Pagh Klaus Pagh ... Leo Schmidt
Karl Stegger Karl Stegger ... Kristensen
Kate Mundt Kate Mundt ... Holm's Ex-wife Ulla
Carl Ottosen Carl Ottosen ... Værtshusgæst
Bjørn Puggaard-Müller Bjørn Puggaard-Müller ... Laundry deliveri
Sigrid Horne-Rasmussen Sigrid Horne-Rasmussen ... Shopkeeper Mrs. Nielsen
Else Petersen Else Petersen ... Her sister
Georg Philipp Georg Philipp ... Usatisfied costumer
Poul Glargaard Poul Glargaard ... Photo interested costumer
Lise Thomsen Lise Thomsen ... Woman, who calls for an ambulance
Erwin Anton Svendsen Erwin Anton Svendsen ... Transporter
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Storyline

Newly married to a sexually perverted German millionaire, Siv submits herself to endless degradation before discovering that her husband harbors a diabolical secret.

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Taglines:

A bit more sensual - a bit more shocking See more »

Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Details

Country:

Denmark | Sweden

Language:

Danish

Release Date:

22 March 1968 (Denmark) See more »

Also Known As:

2 - I, a Woman, Part II See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Alternate Versions

The German version cuts the ending rather short. It doesn't include any references to the Nazi background of Hans Henrik Holm. One reason might be that the WWII propaganda song "Die Fahne hoch" by Horst Wessel, played during the ending, is banned in Germany. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Multiple Maniacs (1970) See more »

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Waltz Melancholic
Performed by Sven Gyldmark
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