When Henrik Dohna is told that his wife has refused to dance with Gösta Berling, he orders her to kneel in front of Gösta and kiss his hands. He declares furiously that a wife must obey her... See full summary »

Director:

Bengt Lagerkvist

Writers:

Jonas Cornell, Selma Lagerlöf (novel)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Thommy Berggren ... Gösta Berling
Lauritz Falk ... Beerencreutz
Iwar Wiklander Iwar Wiklander ... Kristian Bergh
Percy Brandt Percy Brandt ... Farbror Eberhard
Tommy Johnson ... Fuchs
Rune Turesson Rune Turesson ... Patron Julius
Heinz Hopf ... Kevenhüller
Georg Årlin ... Kusin Kristoffer
Lars-Erik Berenett ... Liljecrona
John Zacharias John Zacharias ... Löwenborg
Raymond Nederström Raymond Nederström ... Ruster
Claes Thelander ... von Örneclou
Charlotta Larsson Charlotta Larsson ... Elisabet Dohna
Thomas Nystedt Thomas Nystedt ... Henrik Dohna
Harriet Andersson ... Märta Dohna
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When Henrik Dohna is told that his wife has refused to dance with Gösta Berling, he orders her to kneel in front of Gösta and kiss his hands. He declares furiously that a wife must obey her husband. In that moment Elisabet sees the true character of him, his tyranny and his stupidity. Gösta starts visiting Elisabet at Borg. When Anna Stjärnhök notices that they are in love, she tells Elisabet that Gösta caused Ebba Dohna, Henrik's younger sister, to commit suicide. Elisabet gets angry and orders Gösta to leave Borg and never come back. The Cavaliers have neglected the maintenance of the Ekeby estate, and the strong spring flood breaks through an embankment, whereby several workshops are destroyed, leaving workers in poverty. Elisabet happens to hear that Gösta is going to marry a beggar girl. She walks in the twilight across the lake on the ice to stop this. Next day Märta and Henrik Dohna accuse her of infidelity, and pretend that Gösta has drowned. They punish her by letting her ... Written by Maths Jesperson {maths.jesperson1@comhem.se}

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1820s | flooding | See All (2) »

Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

31 March 1986 (Sweden) See more »

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(at 38:45) Set in 1822, a moving car can seen in the distance. See more »

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