Denmark NorwaySweden Director Henning Carlsen

Production: Henning Carlsen (Denmark), ABC Film, Sandrews (Norway), and Svensk Filmindustri (Sweden); black and white, 35mm, widescreen; running time: 111 minutes; length: 3,055 meters. Released 19 August 1966, Oslo, Copenhagen, and Stockholm.

Producer: Bertil Ohlsson; screenplay: Henning Carlsen and Peter Seeberg, from the book by Knut Hamsun; photography: Henning

Kristiansen; editor: Henning Carlsen; sound: Erik Jensen; art directors: Erik Aaes and Walther Dannerford; music: Krzysztof Komeda; costume designer: Ada Skolmen.

Cast: Per Oscarsson (The Writer); Gunnel Lindblom (Ylajali); Sigrid Horne-Rasmussen (Landlady); Osvald Helmuth (Pawnbroker); Birgitte Federspiel (Ylajali's sister); Henki Kolstad (Editor); Sverre Hansen (Beggar); Egil Hjort Jensen (Man in the park); Per Theodor Haugen (Shop assistant); Lars Nordrum (The Count); Roy Björnstad (Painter).

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