About the film
civil engineer superstition love tragedy quicksand social isolation nymph woman employer
The Blonde Witch
Release Date: June 06, 1956
|Production Companies||:||Films Metzger et Woog, Iéna Productions|
|Producers||:||Hugo Benedek, Robert Woog|
|Writers||:||Jacques Companéez, Paul Andréota, Aleksandr Kuprin, Christiane Imbert|
Brulard, a French civil engineer on assignment in a remote Swedish village, meets Ina, who has been raised in forested isolation by her haggish mother and believes herself to be a witch. He falls in love with her and tries to convert her to civilization; but in the meantime, his female boss, Kristina, has fallen in love with him, while the villagers turn against him for consorting with someone they believe is cursed by the Devil.