Three Strange Loves (Subtitled)

Release Date: 26 July 2004 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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A psychological drama of the type director Ingmar Bergman would become famous for later in his career, THREE STRANGE LOVES was adapted for the screen by Herbert Grevenius from four short stories by source writer Birgit Tengroth. In this film, Bergman depicts the three heroines emotional struggles with astuteness and finesse. Rut and Bertil, played by Eva Henning and Birger Malmsten (Bergmans leading man of choice in several of his early features), play a couple whose marriage is in a detrimental state because of their inability to conceive a child. During the train ride home after a vacation spent in Italy, they express their loathing for one another, and Bergman then introduces (in flashback) Bertils former lover Viola (Tengroth), whose unhappy involvement with a manipulative psychologist (Hasse Ekman) and a lesbian dancer (Mimi Nelson) mirrors Ruts own romantic disappointments and emotional despair. (As in the directors much acclaimed psychodrama PERSONA, the two womens personalities eventually appear to merge.) The arts--especially the performing arts--as an insufficient vehicle for self-actualization (the central three female characters in this film were all once aspiring ballerinas) is a recurring theme in the Bergman canon, and ballet in particular is the artistic medium also featured in SUMMER INTERLUDE.

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Release Date: 26 July 2004
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced
Directed by: Ingmar Bergman

Region 0
Production Year: 1949
Main Language: German\Swedish
Subtitles: English

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