Through a Glass Darkly
The first in Bergman's Faith Trilogy, Through A Glass Darkly won the 1962 Oscar for Best Foreign Film and was nominated for a spate of other prestigious industry awards.
Considered to be the most spiritually void and bleakest exploration of faith in the Bergman Faith Trilogy, Winter Light plays out like a Shakespearian play and portrays the unequivocal cinematic flair that has cemented Bergman's reputation.
Effotlessly and nihilistically addressing issues of faith, communication, spirituality and loneliness, his 1963 masterpiece The Silence is a bleak offering of self exploration and the search for purpose where it seemingly does not exist.
- Ingmar Berman Makes A Movie - Documentary
- Exploring the Films - Video Discussions
- Restored picture and sound
- Poster Galleries
- Essays by Film Scholars
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