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|Erland Josephson||David, the doctor|
|Henning Moritzen||Joakin, Maria's Husband|
|Anders Ek||Pastor Isak|
|Inga Gill||Aunt Olga|
|Linn Ullmann||Maria's daughter|
|Ingmar Bergman||Director, Producer, Screenwriter|
|Marik Vos-Lundh||Costumes/Costume Designer, Production Designer|
Posted October 1, 2010
I still can't believe what a beautifully written story, what a beautifully filmed movie, and what a beautifully acted film this is. The ensemble acting, like the dialogue throughout, can be, at times, brooding, minimalist, dreamlike, yet searing; the very moving relationship between the dying Agnes (Harriet Andersson) and Anna, the loyal maid (Kari Sylwan), is so lovingly innocent and achingly pure, it is almost hard to watch. But watch we must, and with the many extreme closeups of the actors' faces, we have no choice but to look deeply into their eyes, only to become inextricably tied to their souls.
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Posted February 28, 2010
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