Ingmar Bergman’s The Silence – faith and fatalism

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The Silence (Tystnaden) made in 1963 is the third film in Ingmar Bergman’s ‘Silence of God’ trilogy. The film discusses similar themes of: faith, certainty and reduction to the trilogy’s other films: Through a Glass Darkly, and Winter Light.

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Ingmar Bergman’s Winter Light – faith and feeling

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Winter Light (Nattvardsgästernal) made in 1963 is the second film in Ingmar Bergman’s ‘Silence of God’ trilogy. The film discusses similar themes of: faith, certainty and reduction to the trilogy’s other films: Through a Glass Darkly, and The Silence.

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Confrontation in Ingmar Bergman’s Summer with Monika

Summer with Monkia is an Ingmar Bergman film made relatively early in his career. The film is famous as one of the director’s most influential works, and also for its controversial for the time casual nudity. Bergman tells the story of two teenagers who together temporarily escape the constraints of their mundane working lives.

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