- SKU: 17030473
- Release Date: 07/29/2008
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Victor Sjostrom (1879-1960) was one of the better-known Swedish actors and directors, and this is a well-balanced documentary on his film work, his general artistic history, and his relationships with colleagues such as Ingmar Bergman. Scenes from his early silents (Terje Vigen, Phantom Carriage ) illustrate his skills in that era, still photographs chronicle some of his work from his Hollywood period (1923-1930), and Ingmar Bergman comments on the years in which he and Sjostrom knew each other (1940s-1950s), worked together (Wild Strawberries, 1957), and also had their differences. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi
Berg-Ejvind och Hans Hustru
Adapted from a play by Johann Sigurjonson, director Victor Sjöström's Berg-Ejvind och Hans Hhustru is considered one of the first major films of Swedish cinema. The 1918 silent drama stars Victor Sjöström as Berg-Eyvind, a drifter who begins working on the farm of a widow named Halla (Edith Erastoff). The couple falls in love only to have it revealed that Berg-Eyvind is a thief on the run after stealing a ship. Together, the lovers escape into the mountains of Iceland where many criminals before them have sought refuge. Released in the United States under the title You and I, Berg-Ejvind och Hans Hhustru was restored in 1966. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Erland Josephson - Narrator