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The Escape from Auschwitz Friend Connection Kris Wolf Wangal Fran Walker Friend Connection Ellen Williams Hilde Katrina Syran Ellida Chloe Wainwright Bolette Elliot Cable Hans Lyngstrand Gemma Wallace Friend Connection Ade Dimberline Friend Connection Oscar Syran Paperboy Luca Molinari The Stranger Megan Vickers Friend Connection Regan Tibbenham Friend Connection Ashley Robson Arnholm Benedicta Syran Edit Storyline Ellida, the lighthouse keeper's daughter in the small town of Skjoldviken, meets an American sailor with whom she shares her first romantic experience.

Genres: Drama. Edit Details Official Sites: Official site.

Country: UK. Language: English.

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Filming Locations: Norway. Runtime: min.

The Lady from the Sea

Color: Color. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Ellida, to be played by Katrina Syran, is also a songwriter under the name K-Syran she has released a number of singles and albums around the world and enjoyed chart success.

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  8. Add the first question. Edit page. Clear your history. IMDb Everywhere. The psychology of the play owes a great deal more to the distinguished pupil and famous usurper of Freudianism - Fritz Perls.

    Fritz Perls was a student of Freud's in Vienna. At first devoted and respectful, he became disenchanted when, at close quarters, he perceived his idol to be a depressed claustrophobe and began to ask questions and make a nuisance of himself. Perls later famously defected from Freudian orthodoxy.

    A Jew, Fritz escaped Austria for, eventually, New York, where he practised as a psychiatrist until colleagues had him ejected for his refusal to do lobotomies. He went to California and helped to create the Esalen Institute which developed Group Therapy, thereby rescuing modern psychological practice from predatory commercialism and the imposition of dependency created by one to one protracted analysis. Perls' doctrines were based on a simple phrase: "Grow Up. All of which was said years earlier by Henrik Ibsen, art, as always, preceding science politicians please note.

    Ibsen knew he was a genius. He provides enough plot and action in his plays for the most literal audience.

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    But there is always more He himself wrote of the influence of winter in the remote whiteness of Norway, with the ominous and ever-changing sea so close. Those influences are overt in The Lady from the Sea.

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    There is a restlessness, not confined to Ellida but infecting everyone. The play is a sea poem. A note. In many productions of The Lady from the Sea one can be forgiven for wondering why Ellida stays with the boring old doctor when she could clear off with the handsome stranger. But Dr Wangel is in the prime of life. He is also a man with a beautiful wife who won't sleep with him. The atmosphere in the household is Bergmannesque, to put it mildly - murderous when the Stranger's appearance completes the classical triangle.

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    If we are allowed to empathise with the agony of the doctor as well as the pain and bewilderment of his wife, then the play works. Another note. Ibsen, in his 60s, fell in love with a 19 year old girl.