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Du skal ære din hustru

Du skal ære din hustru
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Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer
Written by Carl Theodor Dreyer
Sven Rindhom
Starring Johannes Meyer
Astrid Holm
Cinematography George Schnéevoigt
Editing by Carl Theodor Dreyer
Distributed by Palladium Film,
Release date(s) 5 October 1925
Running time 107 minutes
Country Denmark
Language Silent

Du skal ære din hustru (also known as Master of the House or Thou Shalt Honour Thy Wife) is a 1925 Danish silent comedy film drama directed and written by acclaimed filmmaker Carl Theodor Dreyer. The film marked the debut of Karin Nellemose. The silent is regarded as a classic by many in Danish cinema and has been released on DVD.

Synopsis

The story is that of a man who takes his wife for granted and does not appreciate the effort it takes to maintain a household. While his wife is resigned and browbeaten, his old nanny and wife's current friend is not and she orchestrates a plan that will force him to rethink his notions of being head of a household.

Cast

  • Johannes Meyer ... Viktor Frandsen
  • Astrid Holm ... Ida Frandsen
  • Karin Nellemose ... Karen Frandsen
  • Mathilde Nielsen ... Old Victor's wetnurse
  • Clara Schønfeld ... Alvilda Kryger
  • Johannes Nielsen ... Doctor
  • Petrine Sonne ... Laundress
  • Aage Hoffman ... Dreng, son
  • Byril Harvig ... Barnet, son
  • Viggo Lindstrøm
  • Aage Schmidt
  • Vilhelm Petersen

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi

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