Product DetailsDirector Ingmar Bergman explores the horrors of 1920s Germany and creates a hell on earth with a power few others could match (Cue) in this psychological thriller that casts a hypnotic spell of evil (Newsweek). Out-of-work trapeze artist Abel Rosenberg (David Carradine) finds the only way to navigate the surreal circus that is 1923 Berlin is to stay drunk. But even through his stupor, he can see the thread of a frightening mystery everyone he knows, even his most distant acquaintances, is dying violently. Can he survive or will his mind and soul completely unravel?
Store CommentsSpecial Features Brand-new digital film transfer presented in the original aspect ratio (1.66:1) Original English audio Commentary by David Carradine "Away from Home" featurette "German Expressionism" featurette Photo gallery Original theatrical trailer
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