Miss Julie


1h 43m 1999

Brief Synopsis

It is a midsummer's eve and the old Old Count departs his estate to celebrate elsewhere. He leaves his beautiful daughter Julie, the last in the long line of his noble family. Miss Julie is despondent after the breaking off of her engagement to be married. She dances and drinks with the servants who

Film Details

Also Known As
Fröken Julie
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Production Company
20/20 Casting; 2020 Casting; Angels the Costumiers; Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Cineimage; Corbett & Keene; Cosprop; Eastman Kodak; European Script Fund; Icb Entertainment Finance; Lansdowne Recording Studios, London; Set Breaks; Simon Olswang; Soho Images; The Mill
Distribution Company
United Artists Films Europe; MGM Home Entertainment; Studiocanal UK; United International Pictures; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International
Location
Elstree Studios, London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Synopsis

It is a midsummer's eve and the old Old Count departs his estate to celebrate elsewhere. He leaves his beautiful daughter Julie, the last in the long line of his noble family. Miss Julie is despondent after the breaking off of her engagement to be married. She dances and drinks with the servants who certainly do not accept her as one of their own. A little drunk, she finds herself alone in the kitchen with Jean, her father's footman. Jean is a strange man--handsome and anarchistic, resentful of the class system but greedy to rise to the top. For many years, he has watched and desired the young Miss Julie. They carry on drinking and become involved in an intense and revealing conversation which draws them together as the night goes on. By this late hour Miss Julie has begun to show signs of her deep depression and sometimes unbalanced state of mind. Jean sees her weaknesses and exploits them, humiliating her and pushing her towards the self-destruction that she has been hinting at all evening.

Crew

Richard Ackland

Other

Sarah Pia Anderson

Special Thanks (The Royal National Theater)

Willi Baer

Executive Producer

Shaheen Baig

Assistant Casting Director

Nigel Baker

Other

Ian Barratt

Model Maker

Ian Bee

Other

Howard D Behar

Production Financing Provider

Charlotte Bevan

Production Coordinator

Steve Blake

Gaffer

Steve Boag

Offline Auto Conform

Anna Bogue

Other

Mary Boyle

Script Supervisor

Alex Brinkwater

Sound Trainee

Lucy Bristow

Other

Sophie Britton

Production Trainee

Martin Bullard

Other

Ingrid Byrt

Other

Melanie Carter

Costumes Maker

Ed Colyer

Foley Recorder

Helen Cooper

Screenwriter

Ginger Corbett

Unit Publicist (Corbett & Keene)

Derek Cowie

Other

Chris Craig

Other

Cara Crawley

Art Department Assistant

Harriet Cruickshank

Producer

Christine Curran

Other

Caroline Dale

Solo Cello

St Clair Davis

2nd Boom Operator

Caroline Deeds

Production Trainee

Benoît Delhomme

Dp/Cinematographer

Benoît Delhomme

Director Of Photography

Mark Devereux

Special Thanks

Julia Wilson Dixon

Other

Walter Donohue

Special Thanks

Torquil Douglas

Production Trainee

Mike Dowson

Sound Re-Recorder

Simon Drake

Special Thanks

Animal Dramatics

Animals Supplier

John Drury

Other

Kathy Ducker

Key Hair & Makeup

Hugo Edwardes

Other

Louis Elman

Adr Voice Casting

Geo F

Special Thanks

James Feltham

Dialogue & Adr Editor

Michael Fentum

Assistant Sound Editor

Arlen Figgis

Video Assistant

Kit Figgis

Other

Louis Figgis

Production Trainee

Mike Figgis

Producer

Mike Figgis

Music

Malte Forssell

Special Thanks

Roy Furness

Best Boy

Carol Galley

Make-Up Assistant

Andrew Garnet-lawson

Scenic Artist

Louisa Garnier

Assistant (To Mike Figgis)

Toby Gaynor

Production Trainee

Sharon Gerussi

Special Thanks

Jacquie Glanville

Co-Producer

Stuart Godfrey

Grip

Arthur Holland Graley

Foley Editor

Diane Greaves

Foley Artist

Charles Green

Other

Annie Hadley

Costumes Maker

Louise Hammar

Music Supervisor

Loveday Harding

Boom Operator

Nigel Heath

Supervising Sound Editor

Alex Henebury

Other

Nigel Horn

Other

Michael Howells

Production Designer

Lynne Huitson

Other

Alan Hunter

Assistant Accountant

William J. Immerman

Distributor'S Legal Services

Austin Ince

Other

Nick Ingman

Additional Musical Directing & Arranging

John Isaacs

Bird Animatronics

Jina Jay

Casting Director

Christine Jones

Other

Lewis Jones

Assistant Engineer

Lars Jonssan

Special Thanks

Pat Joseph

Special Thanks

Peter Swords King

Hair

Jess Kitley

Props Buyer

Anne Koch

Production Trainee

Nick Lindon

Other

Tina J Ling

Art Department Runner

Olivia Lloyd

2nd Assistant Director

Totty Lowther

Set Decorator

Day Macaskill

Production Trainee

Scarlett Mackmin

Choreographer

Kay Manasseh

Costume Supervisor

Brec Marson

Stand-In

Martin Mcglone

Other

Kirstin Mcmahan

Other

Richard Mcneill

Production Accountant

Darren Mcquade

Adr Recordist

Samuel L. Mercer

Other

Uwe Middel

Other

Ken Monger

Other

Jane Moore

Special Thanks

Stephen Pelluet

Assistant Engineer

Sandy Powell

Costume Designer

Barney Reisz

Associate Producer

Mari Roberts

3rd Assistant Director

Philip Robinson

Art Director

Jackie Rowberry

Animals Supplier (Animal Dramatics)

Giles Rowntree

Other

Deborah Saban

1st Assistant Director

Louise Savage

Stand-In

Stephen Scott

Other

Alan Senior

Special Effects

Philip Shaw

Other

Helen Skillicorn

Wardrobe Assistant

Julian Slater

Sound Effects Editor

Andrew Smith

Other

Flo Smith

Other

Chris Stemp

Other

Annie Stewart

Executive Producer

August Strindberg

Play As Source Material ("Miss Julie")

Etchie Stroh

Executive Producer

Georgina Sullivan

Special Thanks (Savoy Hotel)

Jason Swanscott

Foley Artist

Mark Taylor

Sound Re-Recorder

Roger Thomas

Other

Mark Tucker

Music Engineer & Producer

Nick Turnbull

Props Master

David Tyler

Foley Recorder

Ivo Van Der Werff

Other

Doug Van Doren

Assistant (To Annie Stewart)

Bruce Vincent

Standby Props

Lars Vinter

Assistant Editor

Harry Von Rooij

Other

Bart Walker

Special Thanks

Colin Watkinson

Other

Pawel Wdowczak

Sound

Frank Webster

Other

Frankie Webster

Other

Matthew Wood

Editor

Film Details

Also Known As
Fröken Julie
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Production Company
20/20 Casting; 2020 Casting; Angels the Costumiers; Aon/Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services; Cineimage; Corbett & Keene; Cosprop; Eastman Kodak; European Script Fund; Icb Entertainment Finance; Lansdowne Recording Studios, London; Set Breaks; Simon Olswang; Soho Images; The Mill
Distribution Company
United Artists Films Europe; MGM Home Entertainment; Studiocanal UK; United International Pictures; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International
Location
Elstree Studios, London, England, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States October 1999

Released in United States on Video May 30, 2000

Released in United States September 1999

Released in United States Winter December 10, 1999

Shown at MIFED in Milan, Italy October 17-22, 1999.

Shown at San Sebastian International Film Festival September 16-25, 1999.

Strindberg's play was previously filmed as "Miss Julie/Froken Julie" (Sweden/1951), directed by Alf Sjoberg.

Began shooting March 8, 1999.

Completed shooting March 27, 1999.

Red Mullet is Mike Figgis' production company.

Shot in sequence in less than three weeks.

Released in United States on Video May 30, 2000

Released in United States September 1999 (Shown at San Sebastian International Film Festival September 16-25, 1999.)

Released in United States October 1999 (Shown at MIFED in Milan, Italy October 17-22, 1999.)

Released in United States Winter December 10, 1999