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Through a Glass Darkly

Through a Glass Darkly(1962)

Also Known As: Ssom i en spegel |

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Brief Synopsis

A recently released mental patient becomes obsessed with her younger brother.

Cast & Crew

Ingmar Bergman Director
Harriet Andersson Karin, the daughter
Gunnar Björnstrand David, the father
Max von Sydow Martin, the husband
Lars Passgård Minus, the brother
Sven Nykvist Director of Photography
Ingmar Bergman Screenwriter
Allan Ekelund Producer
Ulla Ryghe Film Editor
Johann Sebastian Bach Mus: "suite no. 2 in d minor for violincello"
P. A. Lundgren Art Director
Mago Costumes
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 13 Mar 1962
Release Date:  1962 Production Date:  An Ingmar Bergman Production
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Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Janus Films
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Svensk Filmindustri
Duration(mins):  91 Country:  Sweden
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Masterpiece

    DON RILEY 2019-04-28

    I've watched other pieces from this director so I knew what to expect. For the first 15 plus minutes, you are wondering why you've wasted your... MORE>

  • Silence of God 1

    Gerry Greenberg 2019-02-05

    Schizophrenia, incest, and spiritual isolation are Bergman's themes in the first of the director's trilogy on the silence of God. Superb acting... MORE>

  • Starkest of the Stark

    Jay 2019-02-01

    If I were to recommend one film to someone unfamiliar with Bergman's work who wanted a crash course in how to "get it", this would be the... MORE>