• Miss Julie
        • Miss Julie

          • Country:
          • Norway, UK, Ireland, France, 2014
          • Group:
          • Out of competition
          • Duration:
          • 129’
          • Director:
          • Liv Ulman
          • Screenplay:
          • Liv Ulman
          • Cast:
          • Džesika Častejn, Kolin Farel, Samanta Morton
          • Festivals:
          • Cinematography:
          • Mihail Kričman
          • Editing:
          • Mihal Leščilovski
          • Sound:
          • Stefan Hendriks, Ronan Hil
          • Music:
          • Arve Telefsen, Hovard Gimse, Truls Merk
          • Producer:
          • Sineva Hersdal, Oliver Dandži, Teun Hilte
          • Production:
          • Maipo Film AS, The Apocalypse Films Company, Subotica Entertainment, Senorita Films
        • Showing

          08. Mar | 22:00 | 350 RSD
          Sava centar

        • SYNOPSIS

          Moving the action of August Strindberg's canonical play from Sweden to County Fermanagh in the north of Ireland, Ullmann's film opens as the eponymous Julie, daughter of an Anglo-Irish aristocrat, sets out to seduce one of her father's senior servants, the worldly valet John. The charged flirtation between the two doubles as a kind of psychological gamesmanship, which deepens and darkens as the night rolls on — much of it witnessed by the house cook Kathleen, who, despite being John's's ostensible betrothed, remains quietly resigned throughout.

          Liv Ullmann

          Liv Ullmann was born in Tokyo and raised in Toronto, the United States, and Norway. The ten films in which Liv Ullmann starred for Ingmar Bergman represent one of the greatest director-actor collaborations in cinema history. It was no surprise, then, that when Ullmann herself moved into the director's chair, she demonstrated an unerring ability to summon the best from her casts. That skill is once again on display in her adaptation of Miss Julie, a lacerating study of class, power, and desire that unfolds one Midsummer's Eve in the late 1800s.


          2014 Miss Julie
          2000 Faithless
          1995 Kristin Lavransdatter
          1992 Sofi

          2014 Toronto, Chicago, Valladolid

          Chastain, who seems incapable of a bad performance, brings an Ophelia-like vulnerability to Miss Julie, the lonely and depressed daughter of a count.
          Sarah Stewart, New York Post