The purest expression of existential angst from a filmmaker at the top of his game.
Originally a six-part television series, this film was condensed into nearly three hours for the big screen.
Two couples on the island of Fårö in winter, their relationships on the rocks.
The reunion of a renowned classical pianist with her eldest daughter, estranged for seven years.
Through the magic lantern of remembrance, we witness the life of two children in turn-of-the-century Sweden, as they discover the world of adults.
Fårö, a small island in the Baltic Sea and Bergman’s adopted home, far from the wagging tongues of high society, was always an ideal location for his studies on human neuroses.
Brilliantly adapted from Philip K. Dick, this mélange of film noir and brooding science fiction was strongly influenced by Kubrick.
Filmmaker of the world Jerzy Skolimovski directs Jean-Pierre Léaud, as an aspiring rally driver tearing across Brussels.
The Brussels romance between a restaurant dishwasher and a tram driver.
Connie’s wild night as he frantically tries to rescue his disabled brother, arrested after a botched bank robbery.
A post-apocalyptic thriller shot in 1981 that has since become a cult movie, and confirmation of John Carpenter’s artistry as filmmaker, narrator and composer of electronic scores.