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The Devil's Wanton (aka Prison) (Fängelse) (1949)

The Devil's Wanton (aka Prison)
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Doris Svedlund Doris Svedlund
Birgitta Carolina Soederberg
Hasse Ekman Hasse Ekman
Martin Grande
Stig Olin Stig Olin
Peter
Marianne Löfgren Marianne Löfgren
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A movie director is approached by his old math teacher with a great movie idea: the Devil declares that the Earth is hell. The director rejects the idea, but subsequent events in the life of a writer, a friend of the director's, and a young prostitute he loves seem to prove the math teacher's idea.
Release date: 4 July 1962
Tags: Swedish (2), 1949 (2), Love (1), Suicide (1), Religion (1), Bergman (1), Black And White (1), Drama (1), Foreign Language (1), Sweden (1), 1940s (1), Acting (1), Film (1), Hell (1), Fear (1), Death (1), Murder (1), Infanticide (1), Relationships (1)
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" Ingmar Bergman tackles the hard issues as this is absolutely not a film for depressed pregnant women or parents as it includes both child murder and suicide. Great photography from Sven Nykvist make this a fantastic black and white film and I love the experimental camera style. It is fascinating to compare a movie from liberal Sweden in 1949 to censor-controlled USA and their hard control over films at that time which would never have passed this film at that time."


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