Brutal retrato de un matrimonio en crisis y el inevitable divorcio. El episodio titulado "Los Analfabetas" es realmente intenso. En realidad, vi la versión cinematográfica y acortada. Espero tener la oportunidad de apreciar esta obra tal como fue concebida.
A supremely honest and true romance portraying our amazing capacity to hurt and forgive one another. Reminding us there is a difference between compatibility and sexual attraction, between a fleeting moments satisfaction and a 'working' life long relationship.
"We are emotional illiterates". A scene about love, marriage, family, hope, fear, anxiety, and perhaps every single drive that makes us so imperfectly human. Erland josephson was outstanding, but Liv Ullmann performance was brightest star among bright star. Scenes From A Marriage provides a discussion of "what is love?". A conclusion so painful, rigid, and ultimately true. May only death brings you apart.
A modest, chambery production of great, deep insight into the institution of marriage. Bergman's script may strike some viewers as too bitter and scornful, but if there ever was a writer/director more in tune with human unfulfilment and its doubts, that could draw such inspired eloquence and poetry in its dialogue, I have not yet seen. Sven Nykvist's dynamic and expressive camera work is specially worth mentioning.