Alone At My Wedding (2018)
A Roma single mum hopes an internet love match will hold the key to a better life.
Broken Wings (2002)
An Israeli family comes to terms with grief and loss.
Cries And Whispers (1972)
An exploration of the relationship between three sisters and their maid.
The Devil's Eye (1960)
The Devil sends Don Juan to tempt a virgin but complications ensue when he falls for her for real.
From The Life Of The Marionettes (1980)
Disturbing drama about a couple who cannot live together... or apart.
Music In Darkness (1948)
A soldier blinded by gunfire learns to live with his disability when he falls in love.
Prison (1949)
Religion, melodrama and an early cameo from Death himself in Bergman’s twisting metafilm.
Saraband (2003)
Ingmar Bergman returns to Scenes From A Marriage 30 years on.
Sawdust And Tinsel (1953)
The infidelities of a circus ringmaster and his lover.
The Seventh Seal (1957)
Bergman classic about a knight who plays chess with death. Out on re-release.
Smiles Of A Summer Night (1955)
Infidelities and secret passions over a weekend in a Swedish country house.
Through A Glass Darkly (1961)
A recently released mental hospital patient goes back to her home on a secluded island with her family, resulting in emotional and spiritual crisis.
Winter Light (1962)
A pastor finds his faith tested by a suicidal man.
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