No matter what she does, she can't convince him of the depth of her love, that he and he alone is the man of her life. He decides to put her to the test. He arranges his own apparent ... See full summary »
The story of Ingmar Bergman's parents. In 1909, poor, idealistic theology student Henrik Bergman falls in love with Anna Åkerbloom, the intelligent, educated daughter of a rich family in ... See full summary »
Max von Sydow
Without forewarning the police storm the hospital where Catti has given birth to her and Mikael's child. In the chaos that comes voices are heard that scream "terrorists" and "illegal stay"... See full summary »
This is story about an elderly man who's wife has just passed away. He is carrying her remains in an antique vase for burial at their cottage in the country. The story relates the trip of ... See full summary »
Ragnar Persson, a 68-year-old widower, is living at his summer cottage with his son, Mikael, and his son's pregnant girlfriend, Catti. Ragnar falls in love with his neighbour, Vendela, who ... See full summary »
No matter what she does, she can't convince him of the depth of her love, that he and he alone is the man of her life. He decides to put her to the test. He arranges his own apparent suicide. With pleasure he observes her shocked reaction. He hires a man to start a love affair with her. The attempt fails. Finally satisfied that he means everything to her, he reappears. Written by
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Brilliant updating of themes from Peeping Tom and Vertigo. Acting, cinematography and music are all superb in the fifth film In Hoberts suite on the seven deadly sins. Like Vertigo the inner drama is more important, and believable, than the actual plot. Lena Endre proves once again she's one of the greatest actresses working today. Go see for yourself!
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