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Bergman: 100 Years
- Director: Ingmar Bergman
- SWEDEN, GERMANY / 1978 / DCP / Colour / 93´ / Swedish; Turkish, English s.t.
- Screenplay: Ingmar Bergman
- Director of Photography: Sven Nykvist
- Editing: Sylvia Ingemarsson
- Cast: Ingrid Bergman, Liv Ullmann, Lena Nyman, Gunnar Björnstrand, Halvar Björk, Erland Josephson
- Producer: Katinka Farago
- Production Co.: Personafilm
- World Sales: Swedish Film Institute
- 1979 GOLDEN GLOBE Best Film in A Foreign Language
- 1979 NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW (USA) Best Foreign Film, Best Director, Best Actress (I. Bergman)
Autumn Sonata, which is the only film that brings legendary Swedes Ingmar Bergman and Ingrid Bergman together, is the most influential and unsettling of the directors’ chamber dramas. After her husband’s death, world renowned pianist Charlotte (Ingrid Bergman) visits her daughter Eva (Liv Ullmann), whom she hasn’t seen for seven years. Detached and coldly restrained Charlotte, resentful Eva, and her other daughter, paralysed Helena, spend a day and an endless night confronting each other; pouring out many years’ worth of their remorse, denial and acceptance. In her final film role, Ingrid Bergman was nominated for an Oscar for her performance.
This film was a Meetings on the Bridge participant.