Some of the other viewers have described the excellent productions of "Ghosts", "Hedda Gabler", and "Brand", and I agree with them wholeheartedly, but I must say that this collection also contains my very favorite version of "A Doll's House", which, to my knowledge, is not available anywhere else except in this collection. Juliet Stevenson plays Nora so naturally, allowing the character to slowly emerge for the viewer, just as I think Henrik Ibsen intended. Ibsen's intentions aside, she is definitely the Nora audiences deserve. Beautiful! Brilliant! She has never really received the recognition she has deserved, and her performance in this film proves it. The other works are admirable, most of them stunning, all of them worthwhile, but I must say "A Doll's House" came to life for me as never before, thanks to some great performances. Bravo!