Persona (1966) A nurse is hired to take care of an actress, who during a stage performance suddenly refuses to speak. Psychological drama. Starring: Liv Ullmann, Bibi Andersson, Margaretha Krook, Gunnar Bjornstand. Written and directed by Ingmar Bergman.

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Simple way to do a book cover - Poster for PERSONA (Ingmar Bergman, Sweden, Designer: Uncredited

Inspiration for the last shot of the film in which Adrian presses his hand towards a woman, only to touch a transparent wall

Persona (1966)

Ingmar Bergman’s The Silence and Persona. The Silence is in part a prelude to later films, in which Bergman has shifted his focus from God to people, from theology to psychology.

Persona (1966) “My words mean nothing to you. People like you can’t be reached. I wonder whether your madness isn’t the worst kind. You act healthy, act it so well that everyone believes you, everyone except me, because I know how rotten you are.” Dir. Ingmar Bergman

Persona - Bergman / “My words mean nothing to you. People like you can’t be reached. I wonder whether your madness isn’t the worst kind. You act healthy, act it so well that everyone believes you, everyone except me, because I know how rotten you are.

Persona, 1966, Ingmar Bergman cinematography - Sven Nykvist

Ingmar Bergman "Persona" - Bibi Andersson as Alma, The Nurse and Liv Ullmann as Elisabeth Vogler, The Actress

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