Two rival versions of Ibsen's protofeminist play were released in 1973: Patrick Garland's film with Claire Bloom, and this Joseph Losey adaptation, starring Jane Fonda. Losey's film was sold directly to ABC, and it vanished after one airing. It's less didactic and more cinematically realized, which is only to be expected with Losey at the helm. And certainly it's worth a look for a crucial Fonda part—a characterization that, in broad outline, she never quite stopped repeating (Coming Home, The China Syndrome, The Electric Horseman). With David Warner, Trevor Howard, Edward Fox, Delphine Seyrig, and Anna Wing.