Anne Marie (Lili Lani) gets invited by her aunt to a hotel to to meet her admirers. Not to fulfill her aunt’s wishes, but to verify who works at the hotel.
“The Ingmar Inheritance”. The story of a group of farmers who choose to leave their homes and follow the preacher Helgum to the Holy Land.
French silent star Gina Manès played a femme fatale in Gustaf Molander’s film “Synd” (The Sin), based on August Strindberg’s Brott och brott (Crime and crime).
A house in Paris happens to have two families living there with the same last name. In one apartment lives opera singer Gambetta Duval with his two daughters, Jeanne and Nita. In the second apartment lives old lady Duval with her grandchild Philippa and an her lodger, the physician Leon Monnier. Jeanne is secretly in love with Dr. Monnier who is secretly in love with Nita, who is secretly having an affair with the great playwright Armand de Marny.
The Beckius family is living near the border to Russia. The youngest son, Armas, is living a wild life that eventually leads to a break with the family after which he joins the Russian Revolution. When he returns to his home country a few years later the family on the enemy’s side.
Helga Breder is a young, spoiled girl. To her beloved Jörgen she says that she, as a modern young woman is multi-talented and can do whatever she likes. Jörgen bets that she can’t work as a house-maid but, if she manages it, he will buy her a diamond ring. Helga becomes a house-maid at Vinger Mansion and falls in love with an inventor, Bertil Frigård, who lives there.
A Svensk Filmindustri production.
Orphan Didi is raised by her aunts and in love with her ward, the surgeon Dr. Gunnar Green. He is more interested in the stars of the theatre so Didi decides to fight for him.
The Swedenhielms is an old aristocratic family. The head of the family is professor Rolf Swedenhielm. His three children Bo, Julia and Rolf Jr also live in the house. They also have an excellent house maid, Boman. Because of the family’s extravagance, they are heading for bankruptcy. But perhaps their problems would be solved if Rolf was awarded the Nobel Prize?