Day of Wrath

(1943)
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Overview

In a Danish village in the early 1600s, a young woman named Anne, whose mother was thought to be a witch, develops sympathy toward an old woman, Marte, who is accused of witchcraft. The intervention of Anne's older but kindly husband, Pastor Absalon saved her mother -- but now, urged on by his overbearing mother, he refuses to help Marte. When Absalon's son returns home and is attracted to Anne, it's a matter of time before her family destiny catches up with her.

  1. Carl Theodor Dreyer

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Hans Wiers-Jenssen

    Writer

  3. Paul La Cour

    Writer

  4. Poul Knudsen

    Writer

  5. Mogens Skot-Hansen

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Preben Lerdorff Rye

    Preben Lerdorff Rye

    Martin (Absalon's son from first marriage) (uncredited)

  2. Lisbeth Movin

    Anne Pedersdotter (Absalon's second wife) (uncredited)

  3. Thorkild Roose

    Rev. Absalon Pederss√łn (uncredited)

  4. Olaf Ussing

    Olaf Ussing

    Laurentius (uncredited)

  5. Preben Neergaard

    Preben Neergaard

    Degn (uncredited)

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Day of Wrath
Day of Wrath

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Original Title Vredens dag

Status Released

Release Information

  • September 13, 1943
    15
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    For ages 15 and up.

Original Language Danish

Runtime 1h 37m

Budget -

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