Product DetailsLegendary director Ingmar Bergman creates a testament to the strength of the soul—and a film of absolute power. Karin and Maria come to the aid of their dying sister, Agnes, but jealousy, manipulation, and selfishness come before empathy. Agnes, tortured by cancer, transcends the pettiness of her sisters’ concerns to remember moments of being—moments that Bergman, with the help of Academy Award–winning cinematographer Sven Nykvist, translates into pictures of staggering beauty and unfathomable horror.
Store CommentsSpecial Edition * Lush new digital transfer, enhanced for 16×9 televisions * Ingmar Bergman: Reflections on Life, Death, and Love with Erland Josephson (2000), a candid and revealing 52-minute interview with Bergman and long-time collaborator Erland Josephson, originally broadcast on Swedish television * Optional English-dubbed soundtrack * Optimal image quality: RSDL dual-layer edition
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