Nineteenth-century moralists had much to say about the dramatic works penned by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen...and it wasn't all nice! In fact, with his frequently "scandalous" approach to Victorian-era values in plays like "Ghosts" and "An Enemy of the People," Ibsen was often seen as an attacker of deeply cherished beliefs. This documentary program surveys Ibsen's unique life and literary accomplishments. 30 min. Soundtrack: English.