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Crisis (1946 film)

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Genre  Drama
Screenplay  Ingmar Bergman
Country  Sweden
6.6/10 IMDb

Director  Ingmar Bergman
Music director  Erland von Koch
Duration  
Language  Swedish
Crisis (1946 film) movie poster
Release date  25 February 1946
Based on  Moderhjertet  by Leck Fischer
Writer  Ingmar Bergman, Leck Fischer (play)
Initial release  February 25, 1946 (Sweden)
Cast  Inga Landgré (Nelly), Stig Olin (Jack), Marianne Löfgren (Jenny), Dagny Lind (Ingeborg Johnson), Allan Bohlin (Ulf), Ernst Eklund (Edvard)
Similar movies  The Beat That My Heart Skipped, Four Minutes, Song on Lips, Zakonnyy brak, Roma, The Brute Man

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Crisis (Swedish: Kris) is a 1946 Swedish film directed by Ingmar Bergman. The film was Bergman's first feature as director and he also wrote the screenplay, based on the Danish radio play Moderhjertet (translated as The Mother Animal, A Mother's Heart, The Mother Creature, and The Maternal Instinct) by Leck Fischer.

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The story follows a young girl living a quiet life in a small town with her foster mother. Nelly is an innocent 18-year-old becoming increasingly aware of the effect that her beauty has on the men of her little Swedish village. Ingeborg is a respectably dour woman who teaches piano to village youth and has undoubtedly sacrificed much for the sake of her foster daughter. As Nelly is on the verge of womanhood and Ingeborg is in failing health, Miss Jenny returns in her fancy hat, painted nails and trampy air of sophistication, to take her long-abandoned daughter away with her to sample the indulgent fruits of urban life.

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Jenny has had a rough past, involving prostitution and other scandals, but now owns a beauty salon that’s afforded her a few comforts in life, material and otherwise. Among them is a dapper mustachioed gentleman acquaintance named Jack, who follows Jenny to the village as an uninvited guest. Jenny’s purpose in visiting Nelly was to meet up with her at a charity ball, and when Jack learns about the festivities planned for that night, he’s more than happy to inject more liveliness into the affair than the village elders had in mind.

Cast (in alphabetical order)

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  • Wiktor Andersson – Musician
  • Anna-Lisa Baude – Customer
  • Allan Bohlin – Ulf
  • Julia Cæsar – The Mayor's wife
  • Gus Dahlström – Musician
  • Ernst Eklund – Uncle Edvard
  • Sture Ericson – Musician
  • Karl Erik Flens – Nelly's escort
  • Holger Höglund – Musician
  • Svea Holst – Malin
  • Ulf Johansson – Musician
  • Inga Landgré – Nelly
  • Arne Lindblad – The Mayor
  • Dagny Lind – Ingeborg
  • Marianne Löfgren – Jenny
  • John Melin – Musician
  • Stig Olin – Jack
  • Dagmar Olsson – Singer
  • Signe Wirff – Aunt Jessie

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    References

    Crisis (1946 film) Wikipedia
    Crisis (1946 film) IMDbCrisis (1946 film) Rotten TomatoesCrisis (1946 film) themoviedb.org


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