Man's Way with Women

Man's Way with Women
Mans way with women poster.jpg
The US release poster. [1]
Directed by Per-Axel Branner
Written by Ragnar Hyltén-Cavallius
Based on The Song of the Blood-Red Flower
by Johannes Linnankoski
Starring Edvin Adolphson
Inga Tidblad
Birgit Tengroth
Anna Lindahl
Gull-Maj Norin
Anders Henrikson
Music by Ilmari Hannikainen
Cinematography Julius Jaenzon
Distributed by AB Wivefilm
Release date
  • 12 November 1934 (1934-11-12)
Running time
96 minutes
Country Sweden
Language Swedish

Man's Way with Women (Swedish: Sången om den eldröda blomman) is a 1934 Swedish romance and drama film directed by Per-Axel Branner. It is based on the Finnish novel The Song of the Blood-Red Flower by Johannes Linnankoski.

The interior shots of the film were shot in Råsunda's Filmstaden studios and the exterior scenes in Uppland, Ramsele and Långsele. The film premiered at the Röda Kvarn theatre in Stockholm on November 12, 1934.[2] The film US release was in 1937.[1]



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