We Meet at Tove's

We Meet at Tove's (Danish: Så mødes vi hos Tove) is a 1946 Danish drama directed by Alice O'Fredericks and Grete Frische. The film stars an ensemble cast, including Illona Wieselmann, Gull-Maj Norin, Helle Virkner and Inger Stender in a story about eight women who meet ten years after their high school graduation to discuss the reality of their lives. It has been noted as one of the first Danish films which focused on women and women's rights.[1]

We Meet at Tove's
Så mødes vi hos ToveDVD.jpg
Front cover of the Danish DVD for
Så mødes vi hos Tove
Directed byAlice O'Fredericks
Grete Frische
Produced byHenning Karmark
Written byGrete Frische
StarringIllona Wieselmann
Gull-Maj Norin
Inger Stender
Music bySven Gyldmark
Mogens Dam (lyrics)
CinematographyRudolf Frederiksen
Edited byMarie Ejlersen
Distributed byASA Film
Release date
31 July 1946
Running time
72 min.
CountryDenmark
LanguageDanish

CastEdit

Actor Role
Illona Wieselmann Tove
Clara Østø Kitty
Gull-Maj Norin Gerd
Grethe Holmer Jytte Hansen
Inger Stender Dolly
Gudrun Ringheim Lis
Tudlik Johansen Bitten
Betty Helsengreen Åse
Anna Henriques-Nielsen Fru Petersen
Poul Reichhardt John Nielsen
Axel Frische Hansen
Eigil Reimers Per Ibsen
Edvin Tiemroth Erik
Jørn Jeppesen Torben
Grete Frische Norma
Helle Virkner Solvej Nielsen

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Copenhagen International Filmfestival". The Alice Award.

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