Ingmar Bergman: Scenes from a Marriage
January 16, 2015 § 3 Comments
To my surprise I have to admit that I don’t know who I am. —Marianne, Scenes from a Marriage (1973)
Scenes from a Marriage (Swedish: Scener ur ett äktenskap) is a 1973 Swedish TV series written and directed by Ingmar Bergman. The story explores the disintegration of a marriage between Marianne, a lawyer, and Johan, a professor (played respectively by Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson) over a long period, using a restricted cast, a naturalist, hyper-realistic cinematic style, claustrophobic close-ups, and strings of rapid, articulate monologues. After major success in Sweden, the series became notorious worldwide when it was condemned for allegedly inspiring a spike in Scandinavian divorce rates, which almost doubled in the year of its release. Source: Wikipedia References: Scenes from a Marriage by Roger Ebert
- Author: Ingmar Bergman
- Publisher: Bantam Books
- Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 10.5 x 1.5 cm (vertical)
- 213 pages
Used, very good, collector’s item.
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