THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY (1961)
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The first in Ingmar Bergman's "God and Man" trilogy of chamber dramas won the Best Foreign Language Picture Oscar® and was also nominated for its screenplay. During a family's island summer holiday, schizophrenic daughter Harriet Andersson (giving perhaps the greatest single performance in all of Bergman's films) experiences her last moments of good cheer and lucidity before descending into outright madness. Her crumbling is brought on when she discovers her novelist father has used her illness as raw material. DIR/SCR Ingmar Bergman; PROD Allan Ekelund. Sweden, 1961, b&w, 89 min. In Swedish with English subtitles. NOT RATED
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