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An Enemy Of The People (1990) DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Flash Drive

An Enemy Of The People (1990) DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Flash Drive
An Enemy Of The People (1990) DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Flash Drive
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Arthur Miller's Translation Of Henrik Ibsen's Socially Critical Play En Folkefiende About A Man Who Discovers A Disturbing Truth About His Community For Which He Is Made To Pay A Heavy Price Starring John Glover Plus Bonus Interview With Arthur Miller, All Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1990, 1 Hour 58 Minutes.) #AnEnemyOfThePeople #ArthurMiller #JackObrien #JohnGlover #HenrikIbsen #EnFolkefiende #GreatTheatre #GreatLiterature #ProblemPlays #Plays #Stage #Theater #Theatre #Naturalism #Realism #Modernism #Literature #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


Direction:
Jack O'Brien

Writing:
Henrik Ibsen (Play, Arthur Miller (English Translation)

Production:
David Griffiths (Producer), Samuel Paul (Executive Producer)

Cast:
John Glover ... Dr. Thomas Stockman
Anne Gee Byrd ... Citizen
William Anton ... Billing
Nicholas Fee ... Edward Stockman
George Grizzard ... Mayor Peter Stockman
Valerie Mahaffey ... Mrs. Stockman
Nina Siemaszko ... Polly Stockman


An Enemy of the People (original Norwegian title: En folkefiende), an 1882 play by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, followed his previous play, Ghosts, which criticized the hypocrisy of his society's moral code. Ibsen, Ellen Mortensen (Ibsen Studies v.7, 169) argues, wrote An Enemy of the People in response to the public outcry against Ghosts, which openly discussed adultery and syphilis. That response included accusations of both Ghosts and its author's being "scandalous," "degenerate," and "immoral." In An Enemy of the People, a man dares to expose an unpalatable truth publicly and is punished for it. However, Ibsen took a somewhat skeptical view of his protagonist, suggesting that he may have gone too far in his zeal to tell the truth. Ibsen wrote to his publisher: "I am still uncertain as to whether I should call [An Enemy of the People] a comedy or a straight drama. It may [have] many traits of comedy, but it also is based on a serious idea."