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A footman seduces a count's daughter.

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Miss Julie
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Jean
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Christine
Tam Dean Burn ...
Servant
Heathcote Williams ...
Servant
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Servant
Sue Maund ...
Servant
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Servant
Andrea Ollson ...
Servant
Sara Li Gustafsson ...
Servant
Bill Ellis ...
Servant
Duncan MacAskill ...
Servant
Katie Cohen ...
Servant
Helen Cooper ...
Servant
Flora Bradwell ...
Servant
Ernestine Hedger ...
Servant
Martin Gordon ...
Servant
Barbara Miles ...
Servant
Reg Beecham ...
Servant
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Servant
Richard Burnett ...
Servant
Charlotte Mcleod ...
Servant
Olivia Coles ...
Child
Santi Rieser ...
Child
Oliver Swan-Jackson ...
Child (as Oliver Swan Jackson)
Sinead Jones ...
Musician
Griselda Sanderson ...
Musician
Christian Weaver ...
Musician

Directed by

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Mike Figgis

Written by

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Helen Cooper ... (screenplay)
 
August Strindberg ... (play "Fröken Julie")

Produced by

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Willi Bär ... executive producer (as Willi Baer)
Harriet Cruickshank ... producer
Mike Figgis ... producer
Jacquie Glanville ... co-producer
Barney Reisz ... associate producer
Annie Stewart ... executive producer
Ernst Etchie Stroh ... executive producer (as Etchie Stroh)

Music by

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Mike Figgis

Cinematography by

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Benoît Delhomme ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Matthew Wood

Editorial Department

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Nigel Horn ... color timer
Vaughn Mullady ... negative cutter
Flo Smith ... telecine colorist
Lars Vinther ... assistant editor (as Lars Winter)
Tom Mayclim ... negative cutting assistant (uncredited)

Casting By

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Jina Jay

Production Design by

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Michael Howells

Art Direction by

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Philip Robinson

Set Decoration by

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Totty Lowther

Costume Design by

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Sandy Powell

Makeup Department

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Kathy Ducker ... key hair stylist / key makeup artist
Carol Galley ... makeup assistant
Peter King ... hair designer / makeup designer
Elizabeth Yianni-Georgiou ... makeup hair artist (uncredited)

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Olivia Lloyd ... second assistant director
Mari Roberts ... third assistant director
Deborah Saban ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Ian Barratt ... model maker
Anna Bogue ... food stylist
Cara Crawley ... art department assistant
Andrew Garnet-Lawson ... scenic artist
Lynne Huitson ... draughtsperson
Jess Kitley ... props buyer
Tina J. Ling ... art department assistant
Nick Turnbull ... property master
Bruce Vincent ... stand-by props

Sound Department

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Alex Brinkwater ... sound trainee
Ed Colyer ... foley recordist (as Edward Colyer)
St. Clair Davis ... second boom operator
Mike Dowson ... re-recording mixer
James Feltham ... adr editor / dialogue editor
Michael Fentum ... assistant sound editor
Arthur Graley ... foley editor / sound editor
Diane Greaves ... foley artist (as Dianne Greaves)
Loveday Harding ... boom operator
Nigel Heath ... supervising sound editor
Darren McQuade ... adr recordist
Julian Slater ... sound effects editor
Jason Swanscott ... foley artist
Mark Taylor ... re-recording mixer
David Tyler ... foley recordist
Pawel Wdowczak ... sound mixer
Mark Kenna ... consultant: Dolby film sound (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Alan Senior ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Steve Boag ... scan and conforming technician
Martin Bullard ... optical coordinator
Charles Green ... optical printer operator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Richard Ackland ... clapper loader
Steve Blake ... gaffer
Lucy Bristow ... focus puller
Arlen Figgis ... video assist operator
Roy Furness ... best boy
Stuart Godfrey ... grip
Kirstin McMahon ... clapper loader
Kenny Monger ... sparks (as Ken Monger)
Colin Watkinson ... focus puller
Frankie Webster ... rigger

Casting Department

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Shaheen Baig ... casting assistant
Louis Elman ... adr voice casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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John Cowell ... head costume painter
Kay Manasseh ... costume supervisor
Debbie Scott ... assistant costume designer
Helen Skillicorn ... wardrobe assistant
John Cowell ... costume painter (uncredited)

Music Department

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David Bergeaud ... composer: additional music
Simon Boswell ... orchestral contractor
Andrew Byrt ... musician: viola
Dermot Crehan ... musician: folk fiddle
Caroline Dale ... musician: cello solos
Isobel Griffiths ... orchestral contractor
Louise Hammar ... music supervisor
Nick Ingman ... additional music arranger / additional musical director
Tony Lewis ... musician: cello, Medici Quartet
Anne Morfee ... musician: violin, Rosmersholm Quartet (as Ann Morfee)
Steve Morris ... musician: violin
Stephen Pelluet ... assistant music engineer
Ingrid Perrin ... musician: cello, Rosmersholm Quartet
Frank Ricotti ... musician: percussion
Paul Robertson ... musician: violin, Medici Quartet
Chris Tombling ... musician: violin
Mark Tucker ... music engineer
Ivo van der Worff ... musician: viola, Medici Quartet

Other crew

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Charlotte Bevan ... production coordinator
Mary Boyle ... script supervisor
Sophie Britton ... production trainee
Caroline Deeds ... production trainee
Torquil Douglas ... production trainee
Louis Figgis ... production trainee
Louisa Garnier ... assistant: Mike Figgis
Toby Gaynor ... production trainee
Anne Koch ... production trainee
Day MacAskill ... production trainee
Scarlett Mackmin ... choreographer
Brec Marson ... stand-in
Richard McNeill ... production accountant
Louise Savage ... stand-in
Doug Van Doren ... assistant: Annie Stewart
Julia Wilson Dickson ... voice coach (as Julia Wilson Dixon)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Midsummer night, 1894, in northern Sweden. The complex strictures of class bind a man and a woman. Miss Julie, the inexperienced but imperious daughter of the manor, deigns to dance at the servant's party. She's also drawn to Jean, a footman who has traveled, speaks well, and doesn't kowtow. He is engaged to Christine, a servant, and while she sleeps, Jean and Miss Julie talk through the night in the kitchen. For part of the night it's a power struggle, for part it's the bearing of souls, and by dawn, they want to break the chains of class and leave Sweden together. When Christine wakes and goes off to church, Jean and Miss Julie have their own decisions to make. Written by

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Taglines Worlds apart... bound by desire. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Mademoiselle Julie (France)
  • Desejos Proibidos de Miss Julie (Brazil)
  • Фрекен Жюли (Russia)
  • Namietnosc panny Julity (Poland)
  • Fröken Julie (Sweden)
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Runtime
  • 103 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $6,402, 12 Dec 1999

Did You Know?

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Trivia Mike Figgis originally planned to make this with Nicolas Cage and Juliette Binoche. However, when he made _Leaving Las Vegas_ with Cage, the actor's salary was a manageable $200,000. Following his Oscar win, Cage's price shot up to $20 million. See more »
Movie Connections References Viridiana (1961). See more »

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