The Passion Of Anna

  • 1969
  • Movie
  • R
  • Drama

Max von Sydow, an ex-convict who lives alone in an island farmhouse, is visited one day by the crippled Ullmann, who requests to use the phone. Ullmann soon leaves, but forgets to take her purse with her. Von Sydow looks through it, finds her name, address, and a letter from her husband which discusses their unhappy marriage. He returns the purse and is...read more

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(Movie Clip) Anna
Injured Anna (Liv Ullmann) introduces herself to Andreas (Max von Sydow) leading to a textbook Ingmar Bergman close-up as she borrows his phone in The (more…)
(Movie Clip) As An Actor..
Mellanspel translates roughly to interlude and is seen on the slate as Ingmar Bergman pauses midstream to interview actor Max von Sydow about his char (more…)
(Movie Clip) Deep French Potholes
Married Eva (Bibi Andersson) visits lonely Andreas (Max von Sydow) as the sun sets in Ingmar Bergman's first color film The Passion of Anna, 1970.
(Movie Clip) Hell and Damnation!
Inebriated Andreas (Max von Sydow) takes a short bike ride in a piece of arms-length filmmaking from Ingmar Bergman's The Passion of Anna, 1970.
(Movie Clip) Opening, Andreas
Opening titles and the introduction of Andreas (Max von Sydow) as narrated by the director in Ingmar Bergman's first color film, The Passion of Anna, (more…)
(Movie Clip) Some Form of Truth
Andreas (Max von Sydow) joins widow Anna (Liv Ullman) and hosts Elis (Erland Josephson) and Eva (Bibi Andersson) for a dinner party starting with narr (more…)

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  • Review: Max von Sydow, an ex-convict who lives alone in an island farmhouse, is visited one day by the crippled Ullmann, who requests to use the phone. Ullmann soon leaves, but forgets to take her purse with her. Von Sydow looks through it, finds her name, address… (more)

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