Miss Julie

1951, Drama, 1h 31m

3 Reviews 250+ Ratings

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In late 19th-century Sweden, bold and beautiful young aristocrat Julie (Anita Björk) throws over her fiancé after humiliating him, and impetuously decides to take up with servant Jean (Ulf Palme) -- despite his being engaged to Kristin (Märta Dorff), the cook. To Julie's surprise, she genuinely falls in love with Jean, but she realizes that prevailing class attitudes prevent them from being together. Determined, Julie decides that the couple should elope to Switzerland.

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  • Sep 06, 2008
    The beautiful cinematography and camera work is so amazing you almost forget how melodramatic and depressing it is. Very impressed with the style and the ending is nice, but it made me want more.
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