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Women Make Film

The Wayward Girl

Ung flukt

Liv Ullmann stars as a young woman brought up by her single mother in a conservative, working-class Norwegian home.

Image from The Wayward Girl

Norway 1959
Dir Edith Carlmar
With Liv Ullman, Atle Merton, Rolf Søder, Nanna Stenersen
95min
Digital
English subtitles

An independent young woman is brought up by her single mother in a conservative, working-class Norwegian home. She meets a young man and they run away to the country and settle in a wooden hut with rough benches and animal furs. Liv Ullmann (in a bold feature debut) is a force of nature, and director Edith Carlmar, who tackled many genres and whose films were often very popular, delivers gorgeous scenes and images.

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