En passion 1969

Critics score:
100 / 100

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Vincent Canby, New York Times: The Passion of Anna is one of Bergman's most beautiful films (it is his second in color), all tawny, wintry grays and browns, deep blacks, and dark greens, highlighted occasionally by splashes of red, sometimes blood. Read more

Don Druker, Chicago Reader: A tentative, plotless film that pulses with the rhythms of life rather than the rhythms of drama. Read more

Derek Adams, Time Out: Another bold step forward in Bergman's analysis of human isolation. Read more