Film Series : Bergman 100


2003, Ingmar Bergman, Sweden, 107 min. With Liv Ullmann, Erland Josephson, Julia Dufvenius.

Show Times

  • Sat, Sep 29th 5:15pm
  • Wed, Oct 3rd 6:00pm

"Gaze now upon this achievement - which is great - for it is not only Bergman's last film, but also the last of its kind." - James Quandt, Cinema Scope.

Bergman's final film is a fitting farewell - an immensely moving and intensely personal work that moves from the late autumn of reflection and regret to the early spring of reconciliation and renewal. A self-sufficient sequel to Bergman's 1973 masterpiece SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE, it reunites Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson in their unforgettable roles as Marianne and Johan. Thirty years after their divorce, Marianne impulsively pays a surprise visit to Johan at his country home. After a touchingly awkward reunion, the drama widens to include the two succeeding generations: Johan's estranged son Henrik and Henrik's troubled daughter Karin. Devastated by the recent death of his saintly wife, music professor Henrik has developed an unhealthily possessive attachment to Karin, a talented cellist struggling to break free from her father and make a crucial decision that will determine her future. In Swedish with English subtitles. New DCP digital restoration courtesy of SVT International. (MR)

Wednesday 10/3: This screening is a Movie Club event facilitated by Scott Pfeiffer, film critic for Cine-File.

Buy a ticket at our regular prices for the first Ingmar Bergman film on any applicable Saturday in July, August, or September, and get a ticket for the second Bergman film that day at the discounted rate with proof of your original purchase: General Admission $7; Students $5; Members $4. (This discount rate applies to the second feature only. Discount available in person at the box office only.)

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