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Other people, no matter how hard they try, can never understand us completely.
A young adolescent boy is seen at the beginning with seemingly no purpose, until at the end we realise this child represents their shared guilt.
PERSONA may well be Ingmar Bergman's most complex film--yet, like many Bergman films, the story it tells is superficially simple.
... i can't account for it, but this flick fascinates me and keeps me alert each time i watch it. Bergman 'returned' to the film world after a self-imposed exile because he was... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anthony Sol
Everyone in the world should own this film! Bergman at his very best. It will haunt you forever.
Susan Sontag's essay on this film is indispensable. Read more
I saw this on TV in the 1990's & the presenter seemed most uncomfortable with it. I concluded that people who hide real selves behind a persona would feel threatened & dislike it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by susankaye
After viewing the fllm and reading the reviews one is left with this impression: Without knowledge of the workings of the brain in generating the illusions of personality, one is... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Whizbang!!