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"Eclipse Series 1: Early Bergman"
1944-49
Directed by Ingmar Bergman/Alf Sjoberg

It's these early pictures that laid the groundwork for Ingmar Bergman's bleak, metaphysical masterpieces to come:
Torment
(Hets, Alf Sjoberg, 1944, 101 minutes), Bergman's first screenplay, is about a sadistic Latin teacher nicknamed "Caligula."
Crisis (1946, 93 minutes), Ingmar's directorial debut, follows an estranged mother as she takes her rural daughter to Stockholm - the big city with a seedy underbelly.
Port of Call (1948, 97 minutes), a direct, near-documentary telling of the love that grows between a seaman and a young woman with a troubled past.
Thirst
(1949, 84 minutes), an elliptical adaptation of Birgit Tengroth's novel about several storylines united by alienation.
To Joy
(1949, 99 minutes), an examination of the life of a talented orchestral violinist who learns to cope with the death of his wife (played by Maj-Britt Nilsson). Swedish with optional English subtitles.
474 minutes.

 


 


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