Edvard Munch

This biographical dramatisation of Norway's most famous artist reveals the tumultuous events of his life as recorded in Munch's own memoirs. With stuffy 19th-century Oslo as the background, the creative process of one of the world's foremost expressionist painters emerges.

Year: 1976
Genre: Foreign Language Films, True Stories, Scandinavian Cinema, Art and Artists on Film, Biography
Country: Norway, Sweden
Director: Peter Watkins
Starring: Geir Westby, Gro Fraas, Eli Ryg
Duration: 210 Minutes
Rating: M
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (Scandinavia)



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