Goodnight Mr Vagabond

Daniel Bergman, the son of Ingmar Bergman, makes his debut here as a film director. The three children in this story are left at home alone one evening when their parents have to attend a funeral. They are warned to not let any strangers into the house but they forget to put the latch on the door and a rather scary vagabond turn up and lets himself in. There is an authentic air of menace about this tramp, which initially frightens the three children in the story and children in the audience find exciting, although in the end he turns out to be merely eccentric in a way that all children find irresistible.

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Goodnight Mr Vagabond

Title Goodnight Mr Vagabond

Original title God Natt Herr Luffare

Director Daniel Bergman

Country Sweden

Film status Completed

Original language Swedish

Cast Peter Hall, Stina Lindmark, Astrid Bräne, Robert Broberg, Lena T Hansson,Björn Gustafsson

Producer Waldemar Bergendahl

Editor Jan Persson

Release 1988 Dec, 03

Duration 25 min

Daniel Bergman, the son of Ingmar Bergman, makes his debut here as a film director. The three children in this story are left at home alone one evening when their parents have to attend a funeral. They are warned to not let any strangers into the house but they forget to put the latch on the door and a rather scary vagabond turn up and lets himself in. There is an authentic air of menace about this tramp, which initially frightens the three children in the story and children in the audience find exciting, although in the end he turns out to be merely eccentric in a way that all children find irresistible. Daniel Bergman, the son of Ingmar Bergman, makes his debut here as a film director. The three children in this story are left at home alone one evening when their parents have to attend a funeral. They are warned to not let any strangers into the house but they forget to put the latch on the door and a rather scary vagabond turn up and lets himself in. There is an authentic air of menace about this tramp, which initially frightens the three children in the story and children in the audience find exciting, although in the end he turns out to be merely eccentric in a way that all children find irresistible.

Title Goodnight Mr Vagabond

Original title God Natt Herr Luffare

Director Daniel Bergman

Country Sweden

Film status Completed

Original language Swedish

Cast Peter Hall, Stina Lindmark, Astrid Bräne, Robert Broberg, Lena T Hansson,Björn Gustafsson

Producer Waldemar Bergendahl

Editor Jan Persson

Release 1988 Dec, 03

Duration 25 min

Genre: Children, Family






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