From the Life of the Marionettes
From the Life of the Marionettes ★★★ 1980 (R)
A repressed man in a crumbling marriage rapes and kills a young prostitute. Another look at the powers behind individual motivations from Bergman, who uses black and white and color to relate details of the incident. 104m/C VHS, DVD . SW Robert Atzorn, Christine Buchegger, Martin Benrath, Rita Russek, Lola Muethel, Walter Schmidinger, Heinz Bennent; D: Ingmar Bergman; W: Ingmar Bergman; C: Sven Nykvist.
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