The White Cat (film)

The White Cat (Swedish: Den vita katten is a 1950 Swedish mystery drama film directed by Hasse Ekman and starring Alf Kjellin, Eva Henning and Sture Lagerwall.[1]

The White Cat
Directed byHasse Ekman
Produced byHasse Ekman
Written byWalter Ljungquist (novel)
Hasse Ekman
StarringAlf Kjellin
Eva Henning
Sture Lagerwall
Gertrud Fridh
Music byErland von Koch
Lille Bror Söderlundh
CinematographyGöran Strindberg
Edited byLennart Wallén
Production
company
Hasse Ekmanfilm
Distributed bySandrew-Baumanfilm
Release date
  • 26 December 1950 (1950-12-26)
Running time
93 minutes
CountrySweden
LanguageSwedish

The film's sets were designed by the art director Bibi Lindström. It was shot on location around Stockholm.

Plot

A man arrives one night by train to Stockholm Central Station. The man has lost his memory. Newspapers report about an escaped insane sex offender, and the man dreads that it might be him.

In a café at the train station the man meets a waitress named Auri. She realizes that the man has no money and no place to go. He tells her about his situation. She offers to pay for his food and to take him home with her. The man, who calls himself X, and Auri start to trace his repressed memories and past life, while he dreads to find out why and what he fled.

Main cast

References

  1. Guide to the Cinema of Sweden and Finland p.56

Bibliography

  • Per Olov Qvist & Peter von Bagh. Guide to the Cinema of Sweden and Finland. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000.
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