Eugene O'Neill's
Plays on Film

"Life is for each man a solitary cell whose walls are mirrors."

Ah, Wilderness!
Poignant and warm story set in the early 1900s of a boy breaking through the shackles of adolescence.

Anna Christie
A bitter ex-prostitute returns home to her father and soon must face her sordid past.

Desire Under the Elms
A young man falls under the spell of his father's lovely bride.

The Emperor Jones
A pullman porter becomes an emperor.

Long Day's Journey Into Night
The autobiographical story of Eugene O'Neill's early years.

The Long Voyage Home
The saga of Swedish sailors.

Strange Interlude
A complex love story that explores the inner thoughts of the characters.

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