Sort høst: This picture reveals Denmark at the second half of the 19th century in the way the literature of that period (the so called critical realism) does. Aristocratic family bears the brunt of the tyranny of its head, Nils Uldahl-Ege. Once madly in love with his wife he betrays her giving way to his primitive lust. From that moment on, life of the whole family increasingly becomes intolerable due to Niles's numerous adulteries and outbursts of sudden anger. One of the daughters, Clara writes a secret diary devoted to her unshared love, her cousin Isidor, where she reflects upon her life, her girlish desires and sufferings.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||November 05, 1993|
|Actors:||Aksel Erhardtsen Anna Eklund Anne-Lise Gabold Asta Esper Hagen Andersen Avi Sagild Baard Owe Benny Hansen Cecilie Brask Christiane Bjørg Nielsen Christoffer Bro Claus Bue Else Petersen Erni Arneson Folmer Rubæk Grethe Holmer Helene Egelund Henrik Larsen Holger Perfort Ida Dwinger Jens Jørn Spottag John Hahn-Petersen Lars Oluf Larsen Lene Brøndum Lene Vasegaard Lisbet Dahl Marika Lagercrantz Michael Zuckow Mardorf Niels Skousen Ole Ernst Otto Brandenburg Paprika Steen Pernille Højmark Peter Gilsfort Philip Zanden Søren Sætter-Lassen Sofie Gråbøl Sofie Stougaard Vera Gebuhr Waage Sandø|
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