My Passionate Longing

1956 film
My Passionate Longing
My Passionate Longing.jpg
German poster
Directed byBengt Logardt
Written byIngrid Beije (novel)
Bengt Logardt
StarringMargit Carlqvist
Alf Kjellin
Karl-Arne Holmsten
CinematographyJan Lindeström
Edited byWic Kjellin
Music byHarry Arnold
Production
company
Europa Film
Distributed byEuropa Film
Release date
19 November 1956
Running time
102 minutes
CountrySweden
LanguageSwedish

My Passionate Longing (Swedish: Het är min längtan) is a 1956 Swedish drama film directed by Bengt Logardt and starring Margit Carlqvist, Alf Kjellin and Karl-Arne Holmsten.[1] It was shot at the Sundbyberg Studios of Europa Film in Stockholm. The film's sets were designed by the art director Arne Åkermark.

Cast

  • Margit Carlqvist as Nina
  • Alf Kjellin as Mikael
  • Bengt Logardt as Hans
  • Karl-Arne Holmsten as Erik
  • Ulla Sjöblom as Iris
  • Naima Wifstrand as Lisa
  • Catrin Westerlund as Solveig
  • Birgit Rosengren as Hotel-Keeper
  • Åke Claesson as Nina's Father
  • Linnéa Hillberg as Nina's Mother
  • Ulla-Bella Fridh as Maj-Britt
  • Marianne Aminoff as Mrs. Grönberg
  • Inga Sarri as Pregnant girl
  • Henrik Schildt as Chief Physician
  • Mats Bahr as Björn Lilja
  • Lily Berglund as Singer
  • Tor Bergner as Self
  • Fritiof Billquist as Professor
  • Eric Gustafson as Malmö Doctor
  • Birgitta Hellerstedt as Consuless
  • Willy Koblanck as Abortionist
  • Gösta Krantz as Chauffeur
  • Hanny Schedin as Aunt Valborg
  • Lasse Swärd as Radiologist

References

  1. ^ Qvist & Von Bagh p.97

Bibliography

  • Qvist, Per Olov & von Bagh, Peter. Guide to the Cinema of Sweden and Finland. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000.

External links

  • My Passionate Longing at IMDb


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