Hour Of The Wolf
1968, Ingmar Bergman, Sweden, 90 min. With Max von Sydow, Liv Ullmann.
- Fri, Aug 24th 2:00pm
- Sat, Aug 25th 3:30pm
- Wed, Aug 29th 6:00pm
"If we allow the images to slip past the gates of logic and enter the deeper levels of our mind, and if we accept Bergman's horror story instead of questioning it, HOUR OF THE WOLF works magnificently." - Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
HOUR OF THE WOLF is Bergman's trippiest film, filled with surreal visions and creepy/campy horror-film imagery. It can been as his riff on Fellini's 8½ - a portrait of the put-upon artist consumed by visions and cannibalistic admirers. Accompanied by his worried wife Alma (Ullmann), stressed-out painter Johan Borg (Von Sydow) comes to a remote island in search of peace, but his imagination is invaded by nightmarish monsters that leave him afraid to fall asleep before dawn. A sinister baron invites Johan to a castle peopled with grotesque and decadent guests, where his faltering grip on reality is dissolved by a series of humiliating and horrific experiences. In Swedish with English subtitles. New DCP digital restoration. (MR)
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