Danish film master Carl Theodor Dreyer's homoerotic classic is a mature and visually elegant period romance decades ahead of its time. MICHAEL takes its place alongside Dreyer's better known masterpieces as an unusually sensitive and decorous work of art and is one of the earliest and most compassionate overtly gay-themed films in movie history.
Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer
Cinematographers Rudolph Maté and Karl Freund
Writers Thea von Harbou and Carl Theodor Dreyer