Near and Far Away Trailer

Near and Far Away Trailer (1976)

08 November 1976 104 mins

Mania is a new employee at a mental hospital, where she meets a young man with mutism. He gets her to realize that it is a fluid boundary between being healthy and being regarded as sick.

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Lilga Kovanko

as Mania Becker

Helge Skoog

as Doctor Jan D. Jaeger

Jan Erik Lindqvist

as Doctor Erik Stenius

Bodil Mårtensson

as Bente Miller

Bengt C.W. Carlsson

as The scanian

Tom Deutgen

as Ohlsson

Jan Nielsen

as Lasse

Mimi Pollak

as Fortune teller

International Releases Dates

Sweden 08 November 1976

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