Anita Bjork



Life Events


Film acting debut


Movie Clip

Loving Couples (1964) — (Movie Clip) Open, Remember It’s Our Child Zero sugar coating, established Swedish actress Mai Zetterling opening the first of seven features she directed, a harsh sound environment, a maternity hospital ca. 1915, introducing Gio Petré as Angela, Anita Björk her escort, Gunnar Björnstrand her physician, in the acclaimed Loving Couples, 1964.
Secrets Of Women (1952) -- (Movie Clip) With Jesus Or The Grandchildren Following a brief introduction, of women on vacation with kids, awaiting their husbands, writer-director Ingmar Bergman begins his story, five principal characters in one shot, Maj-Britt Nilsson in the foreground, Aino Taube as older Annette, reflecting, with Eva Dahlbeck, Anita Bjork as Rakel, Gerd Andersson as teen Maj, in Secrets Of Women, 1961.
Secrets Of Women (1952) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Have To Show Some Courage Rakel (Anita Bjork) has finished a long flashback about her marriage, as writer-director Ingmar Bergman returns to his vacationing women at the kitchen table, Eva Dahlbeck, older Aino Taube and young Gerd Andersson listening as Marta (Maj-Britt Nilsson) begins her own recollection, the second segment of Secrets Of Women, 1961.
Miss Julie (1951) -- (Movie Clip) He Doesn't Want To The opening scene, which is only described in the August Strindberg play, Anita Bjork as the Swedish country aristocrat title character observes a Maypole ceremony then asserts herself with the worried groom Jean (Ulf Palme), in director Alf Sjoberg’s acclaimed adaptation, Miss Julie, 1951.
Miss Julie (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Diana Betrayed Her Mistress Anita Bjork (title character) drives furiously around the estate as employee Jean (Ulf Palme), with whom she has pursued romance, describes her earlier behavior to his fellow-servant fianceè, in which she tangled with her own fiancè and her dog, in Miss Julie, 1951, from the Strindberg play.