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Parents Guide for
Through a Glass Darkly (1961) More at IMDbPro »Såsom i en spegel (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

Some talk of an imaginary spider trying to penetrate a woman, very disturbing, albeit not very graphic.

Some kissing.

A vaguely implied incestuous relationship between brother and sister.

In one scene, a character looks at a pornographic magazine. Some full-frontal nudity is visible.

Violence & Gore

Very little if any.

Profanity

1 use of 'crap', 1 use of 'bloody' and a few uses of 'hell'

A couple uses of "My G**"

Alcohol is consumed throughout.

A man smokes a cigarette.

A woman cries loudly and runs around in panic.

Very explicit dialog which may frighten some viewers.

Very emotionally unsettling film.

One of the main characters is a woman with severe mental illness, making this film have a very dark tone, although it is what you would expect from a Bergman.

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