Hour of the Wolf
Friday, November 5 - Sunday, November 7, 2021
The strangest and most disturbing of the films Bergman shot on the island of Fa°ro¨, HOUR OF THE WOLF stars Max von Sydow as a haunted painter living in voluntary exile with his wife (Liv Ullmann). When the couple are invited to a nearby castle for dinner, things start to go wrong with a vengeance, as a coven of sinister aristocrats hastens the artist’s psychological deterioration. This gripping film is charged with a nightmarish power rare in the Bergman canon, and contains dreamlike effects that brilliantly underscore the tale’s horrific elements.
Screening in the series Fårö and Other Edens: Films by Ingmar Bergman and Mia Hansen-Løve (Oct 8-14) and in Weekend Classics: Bergman on Fårö (Nov 5-7)
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- Country Sweden
- Language In Swedish with English subtitles
- Year 1968
- Running Time 88 minutes
- Director Ingmar Bergman
- Accessibility Assistive Listening, T-Coil
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