Tomorrow's Melody

Tomorrow's Melody
Directed by Ragnar Frisk
Written by Stig Ahlgren
Produced by Stellan Claësson
Starring Viveca Lindfors
Nils Lundell
Björn Berglund
Cinematography Karl-Erik Alberts
Edited by Lennart Wallén
Music by Jules Sylvain
Production
company
Film AB Lux
Distributed by Film AB Lux
Release date
16 March 1942
Running time
93 minutes
Country Sweden
Language Swedish

Tomorrow's Melody (Swedish: Morgondagens melodi) is a 1942 Swedish drama film directed by Ragnar Frisk and starring Viveca Lindfors, Nils Lundell and Björn Berglund.[1]

The film's sets were designed by the art director Bertil Duroj. It was shot at the Centrumateljéerna Studios in Stockholm and the city's PUB department store.

Synopsis

Maj-Lis Wassberg, an upper-class university student, hears about the poor working conditions in a major Stockholm department store. She gets a job there to investigate and encounters a bullying head of department as well as his son Thore Almen who is trying to form a trade union for which he is fired. Discovering that her father is a director at the bank that owns the store, she appeals to him to try and sort things out.

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References

Bibliography

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

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