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Torment (US) or Frenzy (UK) (Swedish: Hets) is a Swedish film from 1944, directed by Alf Sjöberg, with screenplay by Ingmar Bergman. The film, a tale of sex, passion and murder, was Bergman's actual directing debut, although the film was mainly directed by Sjöberg. A sadistic Latin teacher, nicknamed "Caligula" by his long-suffering students, rules his classroom like his kingdom. He is exceptionally hard on the diligent Jan-Erik, one of his students. One night Jan-Erik is returning home and finds an intoxicated young woman crying on the street. He recognizes her as Bertha, the clerk in a cigarette store near the school, and he walks her home. Bertha has a taste for both men and liquor, and he spends most of the night on her bedside. He becomes very involved with her, and his school work suffers. Bertha also has an older man whom she fears, although she will not reveal his name. He is Caligula, and he learns of his student's involvement. He makes life harder still for Jan-Erik, and...
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