Miss Julie

Anita Björk in Fröken Julie (Miss Julie) Film – 1951.

Miss Julie  is a naturalistic play written in 1888 by August Strindberg.

It is set on Midsummer’s Eve on the estate of a Count in Sweden. The young woman of the title is drawn to a senior servant, a valet named Jean, who is particularly well-travelled, well-mannered and well-read. (Source)

There have been at least 2 films based on this play.

Friday: 2 of 6

Nobuyoshi Araki is a Japanese photographer and contemporary artist. He is also known by the nickname Araki.
The Icelandic musician Björk is an admirer of Araki’s work, and served as one of his models. At her request he photographed the cover and inner sleeve pages of her 1997 remix album, Telegram. More recently, he has photographed pop singer Lady Gaga. Araki’s life and work were the subject of Travis Klose’s 2005 documentary film Arakimentari. (Read more)

Sunday: 3 of 6

From the 1993 film Young Americans.

The song did not originally appear on a Bjork album, only on a reissue.
To me, it is the great James Bond theme that never was.

 

Friday: 3 of 6

She is clearly amused and has a smile similar to Bjork.

The art of Jean-Baptise Mondino in 1999. Mondino, a well known French fashion photographer has also directed music videos for Madonna, David Bowie, Sting, Björk, Neneh Cherry and Don Henley.

 

Bjork (in October 1993) by photographer Jann Lipka. Such a cute sugarcube and her music is brilliant! Her full name is Björk Guðmundsdóttir.