Alexander, a journalist and former actor and philosopher, tells his little son how worried he is about the lack of spirituality of modern mankind. In the night of his birthday, the third world war breaks out. In his despair Alexander turns himself in a prayer to God, offering him everything to have the war not happen at all. Written by
Gert de Boer
Did You Know?
The cast included one of Bergman's most well known actors, Erland Josephson. The film's production designer, Anna Asp, had won an Academy Award for the sumptuous décor of Bergman's Fanny and Alexander. It was filmed by Bergman's favourite cinematographer, Sven Nykvist. Additionally, one of Bergman's sons, Daniel, worked as a camera assistant. See more
Come here and give me a hand, my boy.
Before end credits: "This film is dedicated to my son Andriosha - with hope and confidence. Andrei Tarkovskij" See more
References Andrei Rublev
Nezasa No Shirabe
Performed by Watazumido-Shuso (Hotchiku flöjt)
The Everest Record Group 3289 See more