British quad poster
|Directed by||Trevor Nunn|
|Produced by||Robert Enders|
|Written by||Henrik Ibsen
|Music by||Laurie Johnson|
|Edited by||Peter Tanner|
- Glenda Jackson - Hedda Gabler
- Peter Eyre - Jørgen Tesman
- Timothy West - Judge Brack
- Jennie Linden - Thea Elvsted
- Patrick Stewart - Ejlert Løvborg
- Constance Chapman - Juliane Tesman (Aunt Julie)
- Pam St. Clement - Berthe
In The New York Times, Vincent Canby praised Jackson's performance, and concluded, "the physical production is handsome, and Mr. Nunn is most successful in preserving the claustrophobic nature of the play without creating a static film. Hedda is an imaginative, intelligent film version of a play that I wasn't breathlessly waiting to see at this moment."  Judith Crist of Saturday Review wrote, "... a startlingly fresh and perceptive version written and directed by Trevor Nunn and ingeniously interpreted by Jackson. Seldom has a classic been so well served."
- "Hedda (1975)". BFI.
- "Festival de Cannes: Hedda". festival-cannes.com. Archived from the original on 27 September 2012. Retrieved 10 May 2009.
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