Scenes from a Marriage

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Ingmar Bergman directed this powerful and intimate look at the relationship of a married couple, which has been given a well-appointed presentation for its North American DVD release. Originally shot for television, Scenes From a Marriage has been transferred to disc in its original full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1, and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Mono. The dialogue is in Swedish, with optional English-language subtitles. For this edition, both the original five-hour television version of the ...
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Ingmar Bergman directed this powerful and intimate look at the relationship of a married couple, which has been given a well-appointed presentation for its North American DVD release. Originally shot for television, Scenes From a Marriage has been transferred to disc in its original full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1, and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Mono. The dialogue is in Swedish, with optional English-language subtitles. For this edition, both the original five-hour television version of the film and the abridged theatrical cut have been included. Other bonus material includes interviews with director Bergman and stars Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson, a new essay on the film by Phillip Lopate, and a comparison of the two edits of the film by Peter Cowie.
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Special Features

New high-definition digital transfer, with restored image and sound; New and improved English subtitle translation; Optimal image quality: RSDL dual-layer edition; 1986 video interview with Ingmar Bergman ; New video interview with stars Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson; Video interview with Bergman scholar Peter Cowie comparing the two versions of Scenes From a Marriage; New essay by author Phillip Lopate
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/16/2004
  • UPC: 037429187623
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  • Source: Criterion
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Time: 4:59:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Ingmar Bergman Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Television Series, Disc 1
1. The Interview [10:44]
2. Love Isn't Necessary [5:29]
3. Dinner Guests [5:22]
4. Marianne and Katarina [4:25]
5. After-Dinner Confessions [8:25]
6. Questions [2:48]
7. A Difficult Decision [6:33]
8. Aftermath [5:48]
9. Credits [2:25]
1. Recap [1:19]
2. Longing for Change [7:26]
3. Winging It [2:40]
4. Eva and Johan [8:01]
5. A Loveless Marriage [6:22]
6. In a Rut [3:43]
7. An Intimate Conversation [9:05]
8. Credits [2:25]
1. Recap [1:38]
2. Revelation [12:01]
3. Johan Explains [20:56]
4. The Morning After [4:30]
5. Leaving [6:02]
6. Betrayed by Friends [4:05]
7. Credits [2:13]
Side #2 -- Television Series, Disc 2
1. Recap [2:10]
2. Reunion [8:25]
3. Revelations and Rejection [17:05]
4. Marianne's Diary [6:12]
5. A Lover's Call [5:18]
6. Marianne Responds [7:16]
7. A Lover's Letter [3:18]
8. Credits [2:10]
1. Recap [1:50]
2. Divorce Papers [9:32]
3. Emotional Illiterates [7:23]
4. Marianne Lashes Out [13:44]
5. Conflicted Feelings [11:11]
6. Violence Erupts [5:46]
7. Credits [2:01]
1. Recap [1:43]
2. A Visit With Mother [9:44]
3. At the Office [6:44]
4. Rendezvous [8:36]
5. Johan's Acceptance [5:12]
6. Experience [10:10]
7. Different Kinds of Love [6:12]
8. Credits [2:23]
Side #3 -- The Film
1. "Innocence and Panic:" The Interview [8:33]
2. Dinner Guests [4:35]
3. After-Dinner Confessions [8:24]
4. Cleaning Up [2:48]
5. "The Art of Sweeping Things Under the Rug:" Longing for Change [8:33]
6. Eva and Johan [7:48]
7. A Loveless Marriage [6:20]
8. An Intimate Conversation [6:26]
9. "Paula" [9:50]
10. Johan Explains [15:06]
11. Leaving [6:56]
12. Betrayed by Friends [4:04]
13. "The Vale of Tears:" Reunion [6:01]
14. Revelations and Rejection [9:46]
15. Marianne's Diary [7:05]
16. A Lover's Letter [3:13]
17. "The Illiterates:" Divorce Papers [8:14]
18. Emotional Illiterates [15:10]
19. Violence Erupts [5:17]
20. "In the Middle of the Night:" Rendezvous [8:12]
21. Johan's Acceptance [3:05]
22. Experience [6:45]
23. Different Kinds of Love [7:18]
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Side #1 -- Television Series, Disc 1
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   Scene One: "Innocence and Panic"
   Scene Two: "The Art of Sweeping Things Under the Rug"
   Scene Three: "Paula"
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   Ingmar Bergman on Scenes From a Marriage
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Side #2 -- Television Series, Disc 2
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   Scene Four: "The Vale of Tears"
   Scene Five: "The Illiterates"
   Scene Six: "In the Middle of the Night in a Dark House Somewhere in the World"
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   Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson
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Side #3 -- The Film
   Peter Cowie on the Two Versions of Scenes From a Marriage
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    One of Bergman's Best

    While this film is no "Wild Strawberries," it is a moving look at the deterioriation of a marriage over a number of years. Its sometimes brutal treatment of jealousy, miscommunication, posturing and hubris makes this TV miniseries what it is. . . Powerful.

    It's nearly impossible to avoid emotional involvement, when watching this film, although the loyalty lines are not so clear cut as gender. Everyone has a stake in this film. Everyone has a stake in its outcome. "Everyone has known someone" who has gone through this, in one form or another.

    I wouldn't classify this as an Essential, but for those who would like to see a more human Bergman film, with engaging reality, rather than dream sequences, psychiatric symbolism and fantasy - this is for you.

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