Classic Bergman - It Rains On Our Love / A Ship Bound For India / Sawdust And Tinsel / So Close To Life

Release Date: 28 May 2012 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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A collection of films directed by Ingmar Bergman. Includes; IT RAINS ON OUR LOVE, A SHIP BOUND FOR INDIA, SAWDUST AND TINSEL and SO CLOSE TO LIFE. IT RAINS ON OUR LOVE - Just because someone commits a criminal act, that someone isn't necessarily a criminal. Barbro Kollberg plays the unfortunate soul whose solitary indiscretion seriously jeopardizes his future happiness. A SHIP BOUND FOR INDIA - A melodrama revolves around roughneck sea captain Blom (Holger Lowenalder), his deformed son Johannes (Birger Malmstein), and the woman they both love, trollop Alice (Anna Lindahl). Already emotionally unstable to begin with, the sea captain finally goes off the deep end, driven mad by unsatiated lust. SAWDUST AND TINSEL - The circus's portly owner, Albert (Ake Gronberg), recalls a humiliating incident involving the company's clown, Frost (Anders Ek), who discovered his wife, Alma (Gudrun Brost), swimming nude before a band of cheering soldiers. Having concluded his recollection, Albert visits his estranged wife, Agda (Annika Tretow), who realizes that he has made little money with his circus endeavor. While Albert endures the humiliating encounter with his wife, his jealous mistress, Anne (Harriet Andersson), retaliates by yielding to a seductive local actor, Frans (Hasse Ekman), then realizes that she has been exploited and debased. Later, the drunken Frost informs Albert of Anne's sexual indiscretion, whereupon Albert determines to thrash Anne's cynical lover. In the ensuing altercation, however, Frans manages to thwart Albert's bullish attacks and deliver a series of punishing blows. Beaten and degraded, Albert ponders suicide, then decides to avenge himself on unfaithful women by killing the company's bear, beloved by the provocative Alma, whose betrayal of Frost has so haunted Albert. Following the bear's demise, the company departs to another town. SO CLOSE TO LIFE - Eva Dahlbeck, Ingrid Thulin and Bibi Andersson portray three mothers in a maternity ward. In the course of a few days, each woman reveals to the others

Two Documentries - The Women and Bergan & The Men and Bergman
Release Date: 28 May 2012
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over

Region 2
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 370 minutes
Main Language: Swedish

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