Three Strange Loves / Thirst (1949)

Sobre o filme

A psychological drama of the type director Ingmar Bergman would become famous for later in his career, Three Strange Loves was adapted for the screen by Herbert Grevenius from four short stories by source writer Birgit Tengroth. In this film, Bergman depicts the three heroines emotional struggles with astuteness and finesse. The arts — especially the performing arts — as an insufficient vehicle for selfactualization (the central three female characters in this film were all once aspiring ballerinas) is a recurring theme in the Bergman work.

Título original: Törst

Ano: 1949

Duração: 84 minutos

País: Sweden

Cor: P&B, 35 mm


Roteiro: Herbert Grevenius

Fotografia: Gunnar Fischer

Elenco: Eva Henning, Birger Malmsten, Birgit Tengroth, Hasse Ekman, Mimi Nelson, Bengt Eklund , Gaby Stenberg, Naima Wifstrand

Produtor: Helge Hagerman

Música: Erik Nordgren