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Katarina called one of them and started making love with him. Then the boy switched to Alma and came inside her. Alma had a spectacular orgasm. Then Katarina masturbated the other boy and gave him a blow job. When she got home, Alam had sex with Karl-Henrik and it never felt so good. She got pregnant and they had to arrange for an abortion. The memory of that little orgy makes her cry. Elisabet hugs her tenderly.

She has an inferiority complex towards her and perhaps towards everybody. Alma wants to become like Elisabet, even turn into Elisabet, and thinks that Elisabet could easily turn into her. Elisabet whispers to her that it's time to go to bed.

Alma goes to bed and then sees Elisabet walk towards the bed like a ghost, dressed in white and bathed in white light. Alma gets up and they hug, barely touching each other while standing up. The following day, as they are walking along the beach and Elisabet is taking pictures of the sea, Alma asks her whether she spoke to her the night before and walked into her room: Elisabet shakes her head.

Alma drives to town to mail them and can't resist opening them. Elisabet is writing to her husband how interesting it is to listen to Alma's confessions the way a psychoanalyst would.

Realizing that Elisabet has been studying her under that harmless smile, Alma is upset. Back to the house, Alma breaks a bottle and leaves the glass fragments where it is likely that Elisabet will step.

They are both walking barefoot. When Elisabet gets wounded, she stares angrily at Alma, who does not talk to her. The film collapses as if someone had cut the physical film in the projector.

The screen goes blank. Incoherent images flash rapidly one after the other: That last image is slowly adjusted to focus. It's Elisabet walking around the house.

Alma, also wearing black, begs Elisabet to talk to her. Alma gets angry and hits Elisabet. Elisabet slaps her in the face making her nose bleed. Alma spits in Elisabet's face. Then Alma grabs a pot of boiling water to pour it on Elisabet. She just says "Don't do it! She tells Elisabet how much she despises her. Elisabet's behavior of analyzing her unhappiness but not helping her, not even with one word is not only cynical: Alma tells her that she is rotten inside.

Elisabet walks out furious. Alma follows her to the beach, begging for forgiveness. Elisabet does not talk and does not betray any emotion, like a sphinx. Later Elisabet stares at a photograph of Nazis escorting Jews, women and children. At night Alma is having a nightmare and wakes up. She turns on the radio and hears a noisy broadcast about someone who does not talk. She walks to Elisabet's bedroom and watches her face closely while the woman is sleeping. When Alma leaves the room, Elisabet opens her eyes: A man calls Elisabet's name.

Alma walks outside and meets Elisabet's husband. The man talks to her like she is Elisabet. Initially Alma keeps repeating that she is not Elisabet, while the man keeps talking to her as if she were Elisabet. Then Elisabet, still dressed in black, walks up behind Alma, silently. Elisabet watches without saying a word or moving a cell of her face as Alma slowly mutates into her.

Elisabet guides Alma's hand to caress the man's face. Alma tells the man how much she loves him and their child, and that she will come home soon. At one point Elisabet's face is in the foreground, gigantic, while Alma's face is in the background, tiny. The man's face moves between them. Alma and the man make love. Elisabet watches, silent and motionless like a statue. Then Alma breaks down, crying that it's all just imitation.

The man disappears did it all happen only in her imagination? Elisabet is staring at her son's picture. Alma turns the tables on her: Elisabet was a successful actress but one day someone told her that she lacked only one thing: So Elisabet got pregnant.

But then she got afraid of the pregnancy and what it meant for her and for her career, to the point that she even wished the fetus to die. When the baby is born, she hated him. She was repulsed by him. Suddenly the film rewinds to the point where Elisabet is staring at the photo and Alma repeats the same story word by word. Then her face divides in two, one black and one white, one herself and one Elisabet. Alma wakes up from her quasi-hypnotic state and realizes that she is becoming Elisabet.

She screams that she is just a nurse paid to assist Elisabet's recovery. The price that Alma is paying is that she is becoming herself sick. Alma puts on her nurse uniform. She keeps talking to Elisabet and it looks like Elisabet is trying to talk back she's moving her lips. Alma gets hysterical, beating her fists on the table. She then slaps Elisabet repeatedly. Suddenly they are back at the hospital was it all a nightmare?

Eventually Elisabet, who looks like she is drugged, does so. Alma lets her go back to sleep. Back to the seaside villa, Alma wakes up from a nightmare again, was it all a nightmare within a nightmare? Alma starts cleaning up the place. When she stares into the mirror, for a second she sees a reflection of Elisabet. Then she walks out carrying her own suitcase and leaves the house. Now we see the camera on a tall crane and the crew that is filming the scene. There's a tiny upside-down picture of Alma in the camera that the crew is operating.

Alma walks to the road and flags down the bus that will bring her back to town. There is no trace of Elisabet. The child of the early scene is still touching the giant woman's face. Persona blends surrealist cinema, existentialist philosophy and psychological thriller. The camera tricks the surrealist element are part of the stream of consciousness.

The camera plays with the medium of the film itself: The existentialist element is a painful immersion in the loneliness of an unhappy soul, who thinks she can heal by migrating into another woman's body. The psychological thriller is just the suspenseful plot, that doesn't quite reveal what of the many events truly happened and which ones were just part of a long, strenuous nightmare in Alma's mind: L'ostinato mutismo dell'attrice e l'isterico deliquio dell'infermiera sono due facce dello stesso silenzio, il silenzio di due coscienze che si sono ridotte progressivamente a un lumicino fievole fievole, tanto da perdere un'identità precisa.

Le scene documentarie e il finale stabiliscono un rapporto metaforico fra il mutismo insensato dell'attrice, il suicidio dei bonzi e il regista del film. L'aberrazione della guerra e la solitudine esistenziale sono anch'esse due facce dello stesso silenzio. Il ritorno alla stregoneria avviene nel segno del più cupo e torbido espressionismo le ombre che perseguitano il mostro sono gli uomini che ha massacrato?

Bergman si converte allo straniamento brechtiano e complica ancora di più il suo kammerspiel esoterico esistenzialista. There is no right and wrong side, there is no hero and no villain. War is just a state of mind in a universe that is fundamentally godless and meaningless. The two protagonists drift through it, unable to escape from it, condemned to succumb to it, first morally and then physically. Less artistic and more didactic than Persona , the film is something akin to one of Brecht's apologues, with a touch of Sartre's nihilism and a Kafka-esque sense of inescapable irrational incomprehensible fate, and with even a Shakespeare-ian motive of revenge.

They are former musicians, who moved to the countryside to avoid the war. The telephone rings, Eva picks it up, but there is no sound. Neither the telephone nor the radio work in that remote village. They load vegetables in the car, then he disappears: To get to town, they have to take the ferry: Once in town, the signs of war are unmistakable: One of their best friends has been drafted in the military. But once they are back to their farm, they can drink and eat in an idyllic and peaceful natural setting, untouched by war.

Suddenly all hell breaks loose: Troops arrive, gunfights erupt. The couple packs and tries to leave in the middle of the night but is stopped and terrorized by the soldiers. They can't even sleep because the bombing resumes in the middle of the night. In the morning they get on the car again and try to escape again but they are surrounded by death and destruction.

They return to the house only to be picked up by the other army and taken with the rest of the population to a building where the interrogations are carried out. Terrified, they share a room used for psychological and possibly physical torture, but eventually a colonel, who is an old acquaintance of Eva, releases them.

They return to the farmhouse and tend to their vegetables, but get ito a big argument. The colonel comes to visit them. He is cordial and even brings gifts, but they are intimidated because he could send them to labor camp.

The colonel uses psychology to terrorize them with affable manners. He talks alone to Eva in the bedroom about having sex with him in exchange for money, something apparently she has done before. They have sex in the greenhouse while Jan is sleeping. Later Jan walks into the bedroom and finds a roll of banknotes on the bed, and he knows what happened.

He is still crying on the steps of the house when Eva and the colonel come back. The colonel leaves, Eva coldly resumes her chores around the house with hardly any discussion about what happened. Their peace is immediately shattered again: They want the money. Eva cannot find it. Jan denies having taken it. The soldiers search the house, demolish it, set it on fire. Then they order Jan to execute the colonel. Jan hesitates but then grabs the gun and shoots multiple times until he finishes the man who is crawling on the ground.

The soldiers finally leave hauling the corpse away in a wheelbarrow. There is little to be salvaged in the house. The couple waits for the fire to die off. Finally, Jan confesses that he has the money in his pocket: Now it is Eva who cries hysterically. Later they find a young soldier hiding in the greenhouse. Eva smiles and offer him food, but Jan snaps, pushes the deserter out in the fields, kills him and takes his boots.

The couple leaves the house, carrying their belongings in a little cart among a landscape of scarred trees and ruined buildings, troops moving in the background. They reach the beach and wait with other people. The money that Eva got from the colonel in exchange for sex is barely enough to pay for the passage on a boat. In the middle of the night, while everybody is asleep, the boat's engine dies.

The owner of the boat quietly commits suicide by lowering himself in the water. When they wake up, the passengers of the overcrowded boat realize that dead bodies are floating all around the boat. The men row, making little progress.

Eventually they stop trying and just lie down, letting the boat drift in the sea. Eva tells Jan she had a dream in which she had a daughter. They are dying, exhausted, thirsty and hungry. Eva closes her eyes. La degradazione del musicista è in realtà un processo di rivelazione della sua vera personalità: Si difende ferocemente da un mondo impazzito che gli si rivolta contro e il terrore gli fa sferrare colpi alla cieca. La donna Ullmann dal canto suo si convince che sia tutto un incubo, e in effetti la guerra ha una funzione puramente kafkiana: Ma i personaggi di Bergmann non si rassegnano ad essere giustiziati, si oppongono disperatamente e bestialmente alla vita, disposti a qualunque turpitudine pur di sopravvivere.

L'agghiacciante relazione della belva che è in ogni uomo è il frutto dei convergenti elementi stregoneschi e psicanalitici del cinema di Bergman. È il più scarno di questi film esattamente quattro personaggi e costituisce la più acuta riflessione sullo spettacolo: Sotto l'ovvia tenuta di autobiografica frecciata contro i censori dei suoi film, Bergman denuda la sua teoria dell'umanità.

En Passion Alla fine di questa fase subentra un nuovo periodo di transizione, che dispensa soltanto due film in due anni, inframezzati con altre regie teatrali. Bergman ha esaurito le possibilità del suo cinema da camera. La sua carriera a questo punto si protende in due direzioni di ricerca: La nuova trilogia conserva i caratteri astratti dei gruppi precedenti: Ingrid Thulin, la maggiore, ha sposato un anziano diplomatico ed ha avuto cinque figli, ma detesta il marito sogna di ferirsi la vagina con dei pezzi di vetro e di imbrattarsi il volto di sangue e ansconde le sue miserie morali dietro una facciata austera; Liv Ullmann, la più giovane, è sposata con un uomo ricco e bello, è frivola e capricciosa, ancora molto bambina nella villa incontra il medico, suo antico amante, e sogna che il marito si suicidi.

Scanditi dalla pendola e dai rantoli dell'agonizzante, si dinapano i ricordi delle quattro donne, in un crescendo allucinante che dall'infanzia delle tre bambine nel parco radioso conduce al loro mesto presente, all'attaccamento morboso della Thulin per la Ullmann e al conseguente astioso silenzio che regna fra le due donne. Quando l'ultimo straziante grido segna la fine della malata, solo la Ullmann piange; ma in realtà l'unica donna che ha davvero sofferto accanto alla moribonda è stata la fedele governante sogna che la morta invochi aiuto dalle sorelle, ma che essi si ritirino l'una nauseata l'altra terrorizzata e che sia lei a porgerle il proprio seno materno.

Dopo il funerale le due sorelle si separano e liquidano distrattamente la cameriera, che conserva per sé il diario della morta e legge le pagine in cui le sorelle giocano bambine sull'altalena nel parco in fiore. Bergman rovista con torbida sensibilità nell'animo delle quattro donne, nei loro ricordi e nei loro silenzi, nei loro bisbigli e nelle loro urla, con un ritmo calcolato di forte tensione ed emotività per astrarre una religione laica del dolore e della pietà; la morale ricorda Wild Strawberries ma è stata un'estranea, una cameriera a ritrovare il "posto delle fragole" delle tre sorelle.

Ma nell'armonioso e severo connubio di silenzi e di grida, Bergman varca anche la soglia della morte e ci mostra il volto di Dio: Incubi, favola e realtà procedono parallelamente per piccoli convulsi spasmi verso il grido finale; dietro di esso c'è un abbraccio, patetico e vano, ma sicuro. Bergman parla del suo bisogno di qualcuno che colmi il tremendo vuoto esistenziale che lo circonda fin dall'infanzia e che lo aiuti ad accettare l'altro vuoto, ben più tremendo, infinito, che si avvicina giorno dopo giorno.

Unlike his masterpieces this is a very verbose piece of cinema, a film in which the action is mostly in the words, not in the composition. The reporter for a woman's magazine is interviewing a couple: Johan, a scientist, and Marianne Liv Ullmann , a divorce lawyer, who have been married for ten years and live in a wealthy apartment.

The reporter asks very personal even sexual questions, annoying Marianne. Johan and Marianne are intelligent and educated, respectful of each other, if a little too formal. Johan had a lover who was a pop singer. Marianne was married, lost a baby, divorced her first husband.

Later they are having dinner with two friends, Peter and Katarina Bibi Andersson , who seem to enjoy humiliating each other in public. After dinner, comfortably seated on two couches, Johan and Marianne basically witness, embarrassed, a verbal duel between the other man and the other woman, until the woman snaps, and, crying, throws her glass of wine at her husband and implies that he is sexually impotent. By comparison Johan and Marianne seem like a happy couple, certainly more civilized.

However, when Marianne tells Johan that she is pregnant, Johan's hostile reaction convinces her pledge an abortion. The second episode opens with the couple waking up in the morning and cordially chatting about their plans for the day. They still look like a happy couple. Marianne gets on the phone with her mother and tries in vain to cancel a dinner with her parents.

Johan hugs her and they seem to be truly in love. At work Johan is doing some study with an attractive colleague, Eva, and, after a tiring day, the two flirt a bit. It appears that Eva has always had a crush on him, and is ready to step in should Johan leave Marianne. Marianne, instead, is deeply affected by the case of a female customer of hers, who has been married for twenty years but candidly admits that she has never loved her husband nor her children.

At home he is tender and affectionate with his tired and worried wife. The couple also owns a second home in the countryside. They drive there for the weekend. They still seem happy. She is even playful. Out of the blue during dinner Johan tells her that he wants to divorce her for another woman, and that he is leaving with this woman, Paula, the very next day.

This comes as a shock to Marianne. They talk and talk and talk, polite and formal, hardly showing any strong emotion. They even go to bed together as usual. They have sex while she is crying. When it's time to part, she begs him and he has to disentangle himself with violence from her hysterical hug. Johan comes to visit Marianne and, as usual, they chat politely on the same couch where they were interviewed at the beginning.

Johan is getting tired of his young unstable girlfriend, who is out of town. Marianne reads her own diary to Johan, in which she self-psychoanalyzes herself as a passive servant for her mother, her first husband, Johan and their children, but Johan simply falls asleep.

She tenderly smiles at the man who just doesn't care about her, but then they sleep together. In the fifth episode Marianne and Johan are meeting to sign the divorce papers. She seems happy like a child, whereas he buys time. They are in such good terms that at one point she lies down on the floor and he lies on top of her and maybe they have sex. Johan is having second thoughts and surprises her by refusing to sign.

They argue ferociously, finally losing their temper. He even beats her savagely. Eventually Marianne prevails and Johan signs.

They are officially divorced. The last episode takes place ten years after the first one. Marianne and Johan have both remarried, but they have become secret lovers, cheating on their respective spouse. Were they still married, it would be the 20th anniversary of their marriage. They have decided to celebrate it a country house. They talk about the time that has gone by and how they have change. After another endless conversation, they go to sleep. Marianne has a nightmare, wakes up terrified, hopping around the room, and Johan hugs her, tender and affectionate as he was in the first episode.

Tre ore e mezza di interni e di primi piani per sondare nelle piaghe più infette, organismi apparentemente sani ma in realtà condannati da una malattia incurabile.

Ancora una volta li riconcilia la pietà del dolore o il dolore della pietà , l'unica certezza nel caos morale dell'universo umano. L'iperrealismo borghese di Bergman si configura ormai come una metafisica della solitudine.

Ansikte mot ansikte Nel mezzo della trilogia Bergman si concede il lusso di trasporre "The Magic Flute" di Mozart, opera particolarmente confacentesi al suo spirito. Come i due precedenti, il film è tratto da un suo lavoro televisivo.

Liv Ullmann è una psichiatra affetta da nevrosi che approfitta dell'assenza del marito e della figlia per abbandonare la casa vuota e cercare rifugio dai nonni, nella casa in cui crebbe orfana di entrambi i genitori.

Il nonno è semiparalizzato, passa il tempo a sfogliare l'album dei ricordi e a caricare la pendola che non vuole sentire mai ferma. La psichiatra cura una paziente erotomane ed eroinomane.

Un ginecologo conosciuto a una festa tenta un approccio, ma lei lo respinge; due teppisti amici della sua paziente cercano di violentarla, ma lei riesce a fuggire. Affranta, si reca ad un concerto con il ginecologo e gli chiede di condurla da lui, ma appena arrivati viene colta da una crisi isterica; poi si fa riaccompagnare a casa. I nonni partono, lasciandola sola; mentre fa colazione, ascolta un brano di Mozart trasmesso alla radio, lo stesso del concerto; spegne di scatto l'apparecchio e ingurgita un tubetto di barbiturici.

Ricoverata in ospedale, è vittima di incubi spaventosi, allucinazioni del proprio passato lontano e recente. Il marito e la figlia non le danno il calore umano di cui avrebbe bisogno per guarire; l'amico, dopo averle rivelato di essere un omosessuale, parte e la lascia del tutto sola; ma, tornata dai nonni, si conforta vedendo l'effetto con cui i due anziani coniugi vanno insieme verso la morte.

Decide di divorziare, di cambiare città e di dedicarsi alla ricerca scientifica, di ricostruirsi una vita. La solitudine e la morte la paura della solitudine e la paura della morte si fronteggiano, si sfidano, si battono all'ultimo sangue. Dagli abissi dell'inconscio salgono in superficie mostri demoniaci: Si tratta di capire contemporaneamente la propria vita e la Vita in generale. Le sequenze allucinanti del ricordo di quando la madre la rinchiudeva in un armadio il capolavoro di recitazione di Liv Ullmann, contratta e disfatta in un'angoscia senza rimedio e dell'incubo della sepoltura lei grida ma qualcuno chiude il coperchio della bara sono i vertici della geometrica architettura rigurgitante di orrore e turpitudine eretta da Bergman per diagnosticare in vitro la follia della normalità.

La radicale rottura con il passato di molgie borghese e quindi con le false ipocrite relazioni della famiglia moderna scaturisce dalla constatazione di come l'amore naturale e sincero fra i due nonni possa alleviare e la paura della solitudine e la paura della morte.

Hostsonaten Distratto dalle regie teatrali per lo Stabile di Monaco, il regista va incontro all'ennesima pausa creativa. This overlong film, with a very implausible and amateurish plot, has little of Bergman's psychological subtlety. At times it seems more akin to Fassbinder's extravagant period decadence; but mostly it looks like a failed horrific Fritz Lang movie. The film feels like a long tribute to German expressionism of the s.

During the s Berlin is a city devastated by hyper-inflation, hunger and violence. A young man walks into his baording house where people are congregated to eat and sing together. Upstairs he finds a dead man, his brain splattered against the wall. The police inspector interrogates Abel, an unemployed alcoholic US-born Jewish circus acrobat, and he explains that he lives with his sister-in-law Manuela, a prostitute and cabaret singer.

The dead man was his brother Max, who committed suicide. Abel accidentally meets an old impresario, Hans, who takes him to a luxury hotel and restaurant and offers him a job.

He brigs Max's last letter to his sister-in-law Manuela Liv Ullmann in the cabaret where she works. Walking back home Abel witnesses a gang beating a man while cops are passing by, indifferent.

When a witness tries to attract their attention, the cops ignore him and the gang beat him up too. Berlin has fallen into sheer anarchy. The inspector takes Abel to the morgue and shows him a number of corpses, all of them somehow connected with Abel's life and mysteriously murdered.

Abel is not a suspect, but the inspector is curious why a man from the USA would stay in a collapsing country like Germany. The inspector is a desperate man, worried about the fate of his country that is about to fall into the hands of Hitler. Terrified that the inspector is about to frame him because he's a Jew, Abel tries to escape.

He's briefly detained but the inspector releases him the following day. Abel is jealous that Manuela has slept with the sinister Hans, and has done so not for money. Abel has known Hans since they were children. Hans was a cruel child and Abel is still traumatized by what he did to a cat. Now Hans is a scientist and Manuela occasionally works in his laboratory, as did Max.

Abel roams the rainy streets of the city witnessing the degrading conditions of the inhabitant's lives. Evicted by the landlady, Manuela finds a room inside Hans' "clinic" where she can stay for free: But first the leader repeatedly strikes the owner's head against the wall after carefully removing his eyeglasses. Abel gets a job in the labyrinth of the clinic's archives, a job consisting in some ridiculous mechanical duty.

Despite being far more powerful, Hans is still trying to befriend Abel, who, despite being poor and helpless, shuns him rudely. Abel's superior Fuchs explains to Abel that the reports stored in the archives document experiments conducted by Hans in that clinic on human beings. Abel feels that he is living inside a prison and leaves a hysterical Manuela, who can't handle his complaints anymore. In the street a woman offers him meat just carved out of a dead horse, but inside the cabaret people are drinking and dancing.

When he walks out drunk, Abel sees an elderly couple still working inside their shop. Abel grabs a stone and throws it at their window. Then when they come outside and chase him, he beats them up. He meets a whore in a deserted street who takes him to a brothel.

Another prostitute is scorning an African American for being impotent, while the man is claiming he just doesn't want to do it. Abel offers him money to have sex with the prostitute and proves that the black man is really impotent. Abel makes love to his prostitute, who has been laughing all the time. Then he returns home and along the way sees the dead horse has been completely dismembered and only its skeleton remains. Back home he finds Manuela dead and someone takes a photograph of him next to the dead body.

Chasing the photographer, Abel enters a secret section of the clinic. There is nobody to stop him, but someone is following him. They fight while an elevator is coming down on them and the other man gets squashed under it.

The following morning Abel is late for work and one of the managers reprimands him. Abel beats him unconscious and steals his keys to a secret room. Inside he finds a movie projector. He finds Hans who plays a movie to show one of the experiments conducted there. It is easy to find volunteers for a little money.

Most experiments have to do with injecting drugs that cause extreme pain driven the subjects to suicide. Hans basically confesses that he is behind the unexplained suicides and the murders. Hans, however, knows that the law the inspector is closing in on him. Therefore Hans is prepared to commit suicide. But he is sure that science will eventually rediscover his pioneering experiment and continue them on a much larger scale.

He kills himself swallowing a capsule of poison, and watches his own spasms in a mirror. The police is in fact breaking in. Abel faints watching Hans die in atrocious pain. He wakes up in a hospital bed and the first person who talks to him is the good inspector. The inspector is happy that Hans failed. But Abel doesn't seem to be the same person, something has happened to his mind.

Hans' suicide was the ultimate experiment, that caused so much pain in Abel that he is now a deranged man. The police escort him to the train station to board a train to Switzerland, but Abel escapes and disappears, never to be seen again. The film builds up gripping tension in just one long night. The ending, however, comes through as weak and unjustified.

Viktor tells the camera about his wife Eva Liv Ullmann , whom he loves and admires. She lived with another men for a few years before meeting him and then got very sick. The engagement was broken, she met him and they got married. Viktor is a pastor and their relationship is rather formal. Eva has decided to invite her mother Charlotte Ingrid Bergman , a famous pianist, to come and stay with them for a while, following the death of her husband.

Eva has not seen her in seven years. When Charlotte arrives to the remote parsonage, she tells Eva of Leonardo's long agony. They had lived together for 13 years and now she feels the void left by his death.

Eva tells her mother that her sister Helena now lives with them. The mother is upset. She would rather not have to deal with Helena too.

Helena is a retarded and a cripple: When she's alone in her room, Charlotte regrets she came to visit because it's basically just one long guilt trip for having neglected her daughters for so many yeas. She decides to cut her visit short. Her only friend is her agent Paul, the only man who makes her happy.

Eva plays something simple at the piano for her. Charlotte is moved to tears. Then Charlotte gives her own interpretation of the same piece, and it is very technical, but also very cold.

Charlotte finds Eva in a room that is still decorated for a child: She even give Charlotte a slide show of the child. Charlotte never met the child because she was too busy. They are giving her the slide show that she should have seen when the child was alive. When Eva walks out the room, Charlotte tells her husband that Eva must be very unhappy.

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L'auto sbanda e si capovolge, ma i passeggeri escono indenni. Si tratta di una coppia litigiosa. In auto continuano a litigare. Il marito racconta come la donna abbia sostenuto per anni di avere il cancro e sia un'ottima attrice.

La moglie, responsabile dell'incidente, lo prende a schiaffi piangendo. La nuora, disgustata, li fa scendere. Arrivano al paese dove vive la madre di Isak, ormai 95enne. Tra i suoi ricordi, gli fa vedere un orologio senza lancette. I due ragazzi si picchiano perchè uno crede in Dio e l'altro no. Il viaggio riprende e Isak si addormenta e sogna di nuovo. Sogna che Sara gli parla lei giovane, lui vecchio nel prato e gli fa vedere in uno specchio la sua maschera patetica.

Poi Sara corre nel bosco a prendersi cura di un neonato che piange in una culla. Isak cammina assorto fino alla culla, mentre il sole sta tramontando, e poi continua a camminare fino alla casa di Sara, dove Sara sta suonando il pianoforte per suo marito. Gli chiede di visitare una paziente. Il professore lo dichiara un incompetente. Il professore lo porta in un bosco ad assistere alle schermaglie fra due amanti, una scena che lui infatti vide proprio in quel posto trent'anni prima.

Lei era sua moglie, che lo tradiva perche' lui era freddo e insensibile. Anche il figlio, come il padre, non ha alcun entusiasmo per la vita. Marianne piange perche' ha paura di finire come la coppia litigiosa che hanno incontrato. I ragazzi intanto hanno raccolto fiori per lui. Il loro affetto lo imbarazza. Arrivano finalmente alla destinazione, dove la governante lo sta ansionsamente aspettando. La nuora ritrova suo marito, che la accoglie con gioia. I giovani lo accompagnano alla cerimonia e, dopo la premiazione, lo festeggiano con una serenata notturna.

La struggente nostalgia del passato si mescola al rimorso del proprio egoismo e al rimpianto per una vita che si sarebbe potuto essere meno solitaria. Il pessimismo di Bergman si stempera nell'accettazione prima della vita e poi, come una naturale conseguenza, della morte. Un acuto saggio sulla condizione umana, memore del naturalismo e della psicanalisi. La perfezione tecnica, l'amalgama formale, la maestria nella direzione degli attori, conquistano al regista il prestigio internazionale, mentre parallelamente prosegue la sua intensa e feconda attività teatrale, inesauribile fonte di idee ha appena messo in scena il Faust di Goethe.

Translated by Betty In the middle of the 19th century a company of illusionists is travelling through Sweden. The company of the mesmerian Vogler composed of his mother who is a witch, his wife disguised as a man and the manager performs magic shows in every village they cross.

Chased by the police, they pick up from the street an alchoolic strolling player. He is about to die and his name is Spiegel mirror. Treated as charlatans and cheaters, they are trying to escape the next morning at down, but they get invited from the king, who wants personally enjoy their show.

Trattati da ciarlatani e da imbroglioni, tentano la fuga all'alba, ma giunge un invito dal re, che vuole godersi di persona il loro spettacolo. Ansiktet si svolge in pieno clima espressionista, in un cupo gioco di ombre e attraverso un lungo rituale dell'orrore, con un mostro dal volto di un Cristo dignitoso e sofferente che dilania le coscienze delle sue vittime ed è egli stesso vittima penosa della sete di assoluto, lacerata da spaventose crisi interiori.

Il Dreyer e il Murnau vampireschi, il Christensen sabbatico dirompono nell'architettura filosofico-religiosa, nel groviglio di simboli intessuto da quest'esistenzialista paranoico tormentato dall'idea del tempo che fugge.

Il cinema da camera Bergman, distratto dalle cariche sempre più impegnative affidategli nell'ambito delle organizzazioni nazionali di cinema e di teatro, dirige due opere marginali. Tre rozzi pastori, sempre seguiti da una matta selvaggia, incontrano una ragazza bella, pura e nobile che offre loro cibo e si vanta di essere figlia di un re. Capisce troppo tardi il pericolo. I due adulti la stuprano sotto gli occhi del bambino. Poi la uccidono a sassate e le rubano le vesti.

Vanno a chiedere asilo proprio a suo padre, un uomo retto, generoso e religioso. La madre li sorprende mentre tirano fuori le vesti della figlia. Loro tentano di convincerla che si tratta di un ricordo di una loro sorella, ma la madre riconosce gli indumenti e li denuncia al marito. Se ne sente responsabile perche' era gelosa della ragazza e ne aveva desiderato la morte.

Il padre prende un pugnale e va a sedersi di fronte ai loro giacigli. Infine scaraventa il bambino contro il muro, fracassandogli la testa.

Il padre fa poi erigere una chiesa sul luogo dove venne consumato il delitto e dove è sgorgata una fonte. Soliloqui allegorici, ispirati a William Blake, e dialoghi glaciali, degni della tragedia greca. Sono due film sul sesso, uno tragico l'altro comico; l'uno demistifica l'altro; film di transizione che annunciano la crisi del sinfonismo e l'avvento di un cinema fortemente teatrale. La nuova stagione lo consacrerà infatti grande uomo di teatro prima ancora che di cinema, grazie ad eccellenti allestimenti dei più svariati autori.

La trilogia della disperazione del inaugura un cinema epurato e rigoroso, freddo e immobile, duro ed essenziale, un "cinema da camera" che fa piazza pulita del delirante sinfonismo e si concentra attorno al concetto di "crisi"; è un cinema a tesi, che propone una "crisi dimostrativa", un caso campione, e lo indaga fino alla nausea e all'ossessione; le isole di felicità delle commedie giovanili si tramutano in isole di disperazione: Sono i frutti d'altronde di una società culturalmente sempre più isolata.

Bergman viviseziona la disperazione e la solitudine dei protagonisti con enfasi sulle situazioni più scabrose incesto, eczema, masturbazione , come in una pratica sadomaso ripetuta all'infinito. Ogni personaggio vede il proprio male riflesso in quello degli altri.

L'isola è un silenzio ermetico, granitico. I quattro sono prigionieri della loro sordida solitudine in comune. Dietro le quinte tanto il padre quanto la figlia cercano Dio, lui per astrazioni artistiche, lei per isterismi religiosi.

Un pastore protestante officia la messa davanti ai pochi fedeli secondo un rituale che si ripete uguale da anni. I fedeli non trovano più conforto in lui, tormentato dai dubbi e dalla solitudine; la maestra del villaggio Thulin lo ama, ma è atea.

Un pescatore, ossessionato dalla minaccia della guerra atomica e dal mondo in cui dovrà vivere il figlio che stà per nascere, si suicida senza che il pastore sia riuscito a trovare una parola per consolarlo; il pastore porta la notizia alla moglie, poi torna in chiesa e officia la solita messa: La tremenda crisi esistenziale che attraversa lo ha portato a chiudersi in sé proprio nel momento in cui avrebbe più bisogno di calore umano.

La vuota cerimonia finale è un disperato sforzo per sopravvivere: L'unico personaggio positivo è quello della maestra, che si è rassegnata al "silenzio di Dio". Due sorelle lesbiche incestuose di ritorno dalle vacanze sostano in un albergo di una città straniera: L'isola bergmaniana è questa volta, per assurdo, inscritta nel mezzo della folla, una folla che mugola un idioma incomprensibile come in un incubo.

In quella specie di inferno senza tempo Dio non ha ovviamente cittadinanza e i rapporti fra gli uomini sono dominati dagli istinti più bestiali. Il potente supporto simbolico serve ad acuire ulteriormente il senso di squallore e di disperazione; l'assenza dei dialoghi le sorelle cercano di parlarsi il meno possibile e con gli altri non possono comunicare , il pretesto del viaggio il film comincia e finisce in treno , il ricambio generazionale morte imminente contrapposta alla vita appena cominciata del nipote , l'umanità di maschere i nani, il vecchio cameriere, l'amante meccanico concorrono a stabilire il clima di disfatta morale in cui la Thulin si annienta e la sorella cerca vanamente di risorgere attraverso l'amore: Nella loro folle corsa all'abiezione entrambe cercano in realtà un po' di affetto, ma da qualunque parte si girino non trovano altro che silenzio.

Due simboli emergono prepotentemente dalla marea allegorica del film: Le evidenti affinità con i film del "periodo fiammingo" portano a paragonare quest'evo moderno, popolato da mostri e da macchine da guerra, con quel medioevo oppresso da altre calamità e da altri silenzi, ma in sostanza vissuto nello stesso inferno.

Il film fonde in effetti i due modi principali dell'arte di Bergman in una partitura attenta ed efficace, dove ogni personaggio e ogni particolare sono diretti con pignoleria e maestria, dove tutto converge a trasporre in immagini i traumi segreti dell'autore. Il dolore dell'artista, il dolore dell'umanità Vietnam, Auschwitz etc.

Persona riprende il canovaccio di Silence , ma qui le due donne Andersson e Liv Ullman sono un'attrice che, nel bel mezzo dell'"Elettra", ha smesso volontariamente di parlare e un'infermiera che per farle compagnia le racconta il proprio passato. Nella sua delirante autoanalisi la donna finisce per confondere la propria personalità con quella della malata.

Le due donne sembrano travasarsi l'una dentro l'altra. Sullo sfondo corrono le immagini della Guerra del Vietnam, con i Buddisti che si danno fuoco in silenzio. Il film finisce con la pellicola che si accartoccia nelle fiamme, come i Buddisti. The first images are of a projection machine and of the film itself as it comes out of it to generate the pictures on the screen: Finally a phone rings.

A boy who is sleeping in a morgue-like bed wakes up and walks towards a colossal screen that is projecting a woman's face. His hand caresses the face. A young nurse, Alma Bibi Andersson , is told by a female doctor that Elisabet Liv Ullman , a new patient, is a famous actress who one day, while performing Elektra, stopped speaking and hasn't spoken since.

She seems to be in good health and is perfectly calm. She just refuses to speak. Alma starts taking care of the mute Elisabet. She introduces herself as being engaged, which later she reflects is her destiny and makes her feel safe. One day Elisabet's husband sends a letter.

Alma reads it aloud: They have two children, which Elisabet seems to have completely forgotten. She tucks away a photograph of her son. The female doctor feels sympathy for Elisabet, pretends that she understands her and that she supports her silence.

The female doctor tells Alma to take Elisabet to her seaside cottage. Nursing Elisabet becomes Alam's only occupation. It's a strange form of nursing because it consists of talking. Elisabet dos not even nod "yes" or "no", but she seems happy to live in the seaside home, far from civilization.

Alma is even happier: Alma talks about everything, from philosophy to her first love. Elisabet sometimes smiles but mostly just listens intently.

Alam vents her frustration that nobody ever listened to her before. It becomes a form of self-psychotherapy. Her first love lasted five years.

She confesses that she doesn't love her current fiance, Karl-Henrik, as much as she loved the first one. Alma confesses that once she cheated on her fiance, although in a weird way. She was lying naked on a rock with her friend Katarina when they realized that two younger boys were spying on them.

Katarina called one of them and started making love with him. Then the boy switched to Alma and came inside her. Alma had a spectacular orgasm. Then Katarina masturbated the other boy and gave him a blow job.

When she got home, Alam had sex with Karl-Henrik and it never felt so good. She got pregnant and they had to arrange for an abortion. The memory of that little orgy makes her cry.

Elisabet hugs her tenderly. She has an inferiority complex towards her and perhaps towards everybody. Alma wants to become like Elisabet, even turn into Elisabet, and thinks that Elisabet could easily turn into her.

Elisabet whispers to her that it's time to go to bed. Alma goes to bed and then sees Elisabet walk towards the bed like a ghost, dressed in white and bathed in white light. Alma gets up and they hug, barely touching each other while standing up. The following day, as they are walking along the beach and Elisabet is taking pictures of the sea, Alma asks her whether she spoke to her the night before and walked into her room: Elisabet shakes her head.

Alma drives to town to mail them and can't resist opening them. Elisabet is writing to her husband how interesting it is to listen to Alma's confessions the way a psychoanalyst would. Realizing that Elisabet has been studying her under that harmless smile, Alma is upset. Back to the house, Alma breaks a bottle and leaves the glass fragments where it is likely that Elisabet will step. They are both walking barefoot. When Elisabet gets wounded, she stares angrily at Alma, who does not talk to her.

The film collapses as if someone had cut the physical film in the projector. The screen goes blank. Incoherent images flash rapidly one after the other: That last image is slowly adjusted to focus. It's Elisabet walking around the house. Alma, also wearing black, begs Elisabet to talk to her.

Alma gets angry and hits Elisabet. Elisabet slaps her in the face making her nose bleed. Alma spits in Elisabet's face. Then Alma grabs a pot of boiling water to pour it on Elisabet. She just says "Don't do it! She tells Elisabet how much she despises her. Elisabet's behavior of analyzing her unhappiness but not helping her, not even with one word is not only cynical: Alma tells her that she is rotten inside. Elisabet walks out furious. Alma follows her to the beach, begging for forgiveness.

Elisabet does not talk and does not betray any emotion, like a sphinx. Later Elisabet stares at a photograph of Nazis escorting Jews, women and children. At night Alma is having a nightmare and wakes up. She turns on the radio and hears a noisy broadcast about someone who does not talk.

She walks to Elisabet's bedroom and watches her face closely while the woman is sleeping. When Alma leaves the room, Elisabet opens her eyes: A man calls Elisabet's name.

Alma walks outside and meets Elisabet's husband. The man talks to her like she is Elisabet. Initially Alma keeps repeating that she is not Elisabet, while the man keeps talking to her as if she were Elisabet. Then Elisabet, still dressed in black, walks up behind Alma, silently. Elisabet watches without saying a word or moving a cell of her face as Alma slowly mutates into her.

Elisabet guides Alma's hand to caress the man's face. Alma tells the man how much she loves him and their child, and that she will come home soon.

At one point Elisabet's face is in the foreground, gigantic, while Alma's face is in the background, tiny. The man's face moves between them. Alma and the man make love. Elisabet watches, silent and motionless like a statue. Then Alma breaks down, crying that it's all just imitation. The man disappears did it all happen only in her imagination?

Elisabet is staring at her son's picture. Alma turns the tables on her: Elisabet was a successful actress but one day someone told her that she lacked only one thing: So Elisabet got pregnant. But then she got afraid of the pregnancy and what it meant for her and for her career, to the point that she even wished the fetus to die. When the baby is born, she hated him. She was repulsed by him. Suddenly the film rewinds to the point where Elisabet is staring at the photo and Alma repeats the same story word by word.

Then her face divides in two, one black and one white, one herself and one Elisabet. Alma wakes up from her quasi-hypnotic state and realizes that she is becoming Elisabet. She screams that she is just a nurse paid to assist Elisabet's recovery. The price that Alma is paying is that she is becoming herself sick.

Alma puts on her nurse uniform. She keeps talking to Elisabet and it looks like Elisabet is trying to talk back she's moving her lips.

Alma gets hysterical, beating her fists on the table. She then slaps Elisabet repeatedly. Suddenly they are back at the hospital was it all a nightmare? Eventually Elisabet, who looks like she is drugged, does so. Alma lets her go back to sleep. Back to the seaside villa, Alma wakes up from a nightmare again, was it all a nightmare within a nightmare?

Alma starts cleaning up the place. When she stares into the mirror, for a second she sees a reflection of Elisabet. Then she walks out carrying her own suitcase and leaves the house. Now we see the camera on a tall crane and the crew that is filming the scene.

There's a tiny upside-down picture of Alma in the camera that the crew is operating. Alma walks to the road and flags down the bus that will bring her back to town.

There is no trace of Elisabet. The child of the early scene is still touching the giant woman's face. Persona blends surrealist cinema, existentialist philosophy and psychological thriller. The camera tricks the surrealist element are part of the stream of consciousness.

The camera plays with the medium of the film itself: The existentialist element is a painful immersion in the loneliness of an unhappy soul, who thinks she can heal by migrating into another woman's body. The psychological thriller is just the suspenseful plot, that doesn't quite reveal what of the many events truly happened and which ones were just part of a long, strenuous nightmare in Alma's mind: L'ostinato mutismo dell'attrice e l'isterico deliquio dell'infermiera sono due facce dello stesso silenzio, il silenzio di due coscienze che si sono ridotte progressivamente a un lumicino fievole fievole, tanto da perdere un'identità precisa.

Le scene documentarie e il finale stabiliscono un rapporto metaforico fra il mutismo insensato dell'attrice, il suicidio dei bonzi e il regista del film. L'aberrazione della guerra e la solitudine esistenziale sono anch'esse due facce dello stesso silenzio. Il ritorno alla stregoneria avviene nel segno del più cupo e torbido espressionismo le ombre che perseguitano il mostro sono gli uomini che ha massacrato? Bergman si converte allo straniamento brechtiano e complica ancora di più il suo kammerspiel esoterico esistenzialista.

There is no right and wrong side, there is no hero and no villain. War is just a state of mind in a universe that is fundamentally godless and meaningless. The two protagonists drift through it, unable to escape from it, condemned to succumb to it, first morally and then physically.

Less artistic and more didactic than Persona , the film is something akin to one of Brecht's apologues, with a touch of Sartre's nihilism and a Kafka-esque sense of inescapable irrational incomprehensible fate, and with even a Shakespeare-ian motive of revenge.

They are former musicians, who moved to the countryside to avoid the war. The telephone rings, Eva picks it up, but there is no sound. Neither the telephone nor the radio work in that remote village. They load vegetables in the car, then he disappears: To get to town, they have to take the ferry: Once in town, the signs of war are unmistakable: One of their best friends has been drafted in the military. But once they are back to their farm, they can drink and eat in an idyllic and peaceful natural setting, untouched by war.

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