as Marianne Vogler
as Martin Goldman
as Petra Holst
as Anna Berg
Critic Reviews for Faithless
It's all the more moving that, after half a lifetime, Ingmar Bergman and Liv Ullmann are still seeking illumination, and expiation, through the public yet intensely personal medium of film.
It's a movie that shows us that the silence between two people can be more dramatic than 100 pages of dialogue.
Bergman has been far better at working out these themes than anything in Faithless would suggest.
Bergman has reached for a woman's insight his whole career. Ullmann completes this for him.
These three adults are all sick puppies. But neither the actors nor their director has created any reason for one to care.
Audience Reviews for Faithless
I'm not familiar with Ingmar Bergman's movies. I have not seen any of his movies till Faithless. I know it was directed by Liv Ulmann but written by Bergman. My friend told me, you will recognize Bergman's themes in almost all his movies.The movie showed an old man, representing Bergman,writing a new script for a movie. A lady accompanies him, telling him everything about her life, as a married woman, betraying her husband with his best friend and the consequences of her actions. The script seemed predictable, but was really surprising.I It was just something different for me but unbelievably good.
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