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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

A Man There Was (1917)/Ingeborg Holm (1913) On DVD

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Actor :       Victor Sjostrom, Edith Erastoff, Hilda Borgstrom
Director:   Victor Sjostrom
Genre:       Silent Films
Year:         1917
Studio:      Kino Lorber films
Length:     125
Released: July 29, 2008

Rating:     
 Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:     
DVD
Misc:          Black & White
Language:English
Subtitles : English








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A MAN THERE WAS (1917)

Based on an epic poem by Henrik Ibsen, A MAN THERE WAS (Terje Vigen) is commonly cited as the film that launched Sweden s first golden age of filmmaking. Set during the Napoleonic Wars, it tells the story of a fisherman so desperate to obtain food for his starving family that he tries to break through a British blockade, only to find himself at the mercy of extraordinary forces. Victor Sjöström (The Outlaw and His Wife), who not only directs but also plays the leading role, was renowned for his ability to exploit Sweden s incredible locations. A MAN THERE WAS is no exception, and Julius Jaenzon s cinematography stunningly captures the harsh, unforgiving quality of the ever-present sea. Critic Andrew Sarris once speculated, It is possible that Victor Sjöström was the world s first great director, even before Chaplin and Griffith. Sjöström would later have a notable career in Hollywood, directing Lillian Gish in such silent classics as The Scarlet Letter and The Wind.









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Actor :       Victor Sjostrom, Edith Erastoff, Hilda Borgstrom
Director:   Victor Sjostrom
Genre:       Silent Films
Year:         1917
Studio:      Kino Lorber films
Length:     125
Released: July 29, 2008

Rating:     
 Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:     
DVD
Misc:          Black & White
Language:English
Subtitles : English


DESCRIPTION:

A MAN THERE WAS (1917)

Based on an epic poem by Henrik Ibsen, A MAN THERE WAS (Terje Vigen) is commonly cited as the film that launched Sweden s first golden age of filmmaking. Set during the Napoleonic Wars, it tells the story of a fisherman so desperate to obtain food for his starving family that he tries to break through a British blockade, only to find himself at the mercy of extraordinary forces. Victor Sjöström (The Outlaw and His Wife), who not only directs but also plays the leading role, was renowned for his ability to exploit Sweden s incredible locations. A MAN THERE WAS is no exception, and Julius Jaenzon s cinematography stunningly captures the harsh, unforgiving quality of the ever-present sea. Critic Andrew Sarris once speculated, It is possible that Victor Sjöström was the world s first great director, even before Chaplin and Griffith. Sjöström would later have a notable career in Hollywood, directing Lillian Gish in such silent classics as The Scarlet Letter and The Wind.

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