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2:00   6:00   10:00

Friday, February 16

Directed by Ingmar Bergman

(1958) 1846, and mute hypnotist Albert Vogler, with dressed-as-a-boy Ingrid Thulin in tow, arrives in Stockholm to face house arrest at Consul Erland Josephson’s home, complete with grueling examination by rationalist doctor Gunnar Björnstrand – and a surprise twist. Both an extended metaphor of the artist’s plight and suspenseful horror tale, with Max von Sydow mesmerizing as the Christ-like Vogler. DCP restoration (35mm at 6:00 screening). Approx. 102 min.

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