Cover image for Scenes from a marriage  [videorecording (DVD)] = Scener ur ett äktenskap
Title:
Scenes from a marriage [videorecording (DVD)] = Scener ur ett äktenskap
ISBN:
9780780028029

9781604654271
Physical Description:
3 videodiscs (468 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents:
discs one-two: Television series (299 min.) -- disc three: Theatrical film version (169 min.).

Scener ur ett äktenskap = Scenes from a marriage Oskuld och panik = Innocence and panic ; Konsten att sopa under mattan = The art of sweeping things under the rug ; Paula -- Ingmar Bergman on Scenes from a marriage

Scener ur ett äktenskap = Scenes from a marriage Tåredalen = The vale of tears ; Analfabeterna = The illiterates ; Mitt i natten i ett mörkt hus någonstans i världen = In the middle of the night in a dark house somewhere in the world -- Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson

Scener ur ett äktenskap = Scenes from a marriage / Peter Cowie on the two versions of Scenes from a marriage.
Abstract:
Marianne and Johan always seemed to be the perfect couple. But when Johan suddenly leaves Marianne for another woman, they are forced to confront the disintegration of their marriage. Chronicles ten years of turmoil and love that bind the couple despite their divorce and subsequent marriages. Portrays the brutal pain and uplifting peace that accompany a lifetime of loving.--Container.
System Details Note:
DVD, region 1; full screen presentation; mono; new high-definition digital transfer with restored image and sound; RSDL dual-layer edition.
Target Audience Note:
Not rated.
Format:
Video disc
Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice:
[New York] : Criterion Collection, [2004]
General Note:
Originally filmed in 1973 as a mini-series for Swedish television; released as an edited theatrical film in 1974.

Full screen (1.33:1).

Special features: comparison between the television and theatrical versions by film scholar Peter Cowie; exclusive new video interview with stars Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson; video interview with Ingmar Bergman; new essay by author Phillip Lopate (container insert); television (299 minutes) version and theatrical versions.