Breaking the Waves
Breaking the Waves

Release Date

Jan 01, 1996

1996

Breaking the Waves

Drama | Romance

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Synopsis

In a small and conservative Scottish village, a woman's paralytic husband convinces her to have extramarital intercourse so she can tell him about it and give him a reason for living.

Cast

Bess McNeill

Emily Watson

Bess McNeill

Jan Nyman

Stellan Skarsgård

Jan Nyman

Dodo McNeill

Katrin Cartlidge

Dodo McNeill

Terry

Jean-Marc Barr

Terry

Dr. Richardson

Adrian Rawlins

Dr. Richardson

Priest

Jonathan Hackett

Priest

Mother

Sandra Voe

Mother

Sadistic Sailor

Udo Kier

Sadistic Sailor

Pits

Mikkel Gaup

Pits

Pim

Roef Ragas

Pim

Chairman

Robert Robertson

Chairman

Grandfather

Phil McCall

Grandfather

An Elder

Desmond Reilly

An Elder

Sybilla

Sarah Gudgeon

Sybilla

Coroner

Finlay Welsh

Coroner

Glasgow Doctor

David Gallacher

Glasgow Doctor

Man on Bus

Ray Jeffries

Man on Bus

Man at Lighthouse

Owen Kavanagh

Man at Lighthouse

Man on Boat

Bob Docherty

Man on Boat

Young Sailor

David Bateson

Young Sailor

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