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All These Women

  • Comedy
  • 1964
  • Ingmar Bergman
  • 76 mins
  • X

Summary

A critic blackmails a famous musician with his biography filled with the revelations of many of his women.

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Review

A star rating of 2 out of 5.

Coming between The Silence and Persona, Ingmar Bergman's first film in colour is one of his few miscalculations. Co-written with actor Erland Josephson, this clumsy costume comedy seeks both to explore the elusive nature of genius and decry the parasitic insolence of critics, whose only acts of creation depend entirely on the destruction of another's work. Although there are flashes of Mack Sennett, Jacques Tati and Federico Fellini in the humour, biographer Jarl Kulle's encounters with a cellist's female entourage are resolutely unfunny. The harder Bergman and his splendid cast try, the more stilted the action becomes.

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Credits

Cast

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CorneliusJarl Kulle
HumlanBibi Andersson
IsoldeHarriet Andersson
AdelaideEva Dahlbeck

Crew

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DirectorIngmar Bergman

Details

Theatrical distributor
Gala Film Dists Ltd
Languages
English | German | Swedish | French
Available on
DVD
Formats
Colour
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