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Faithless 2000 123movies

Faithless 2000 123movies

One Moment Can Change A LifetimeSep. 15, 2000142 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Marianne is a theatre actress married to an orchestra conductor, Markus. She becomes involved in an affair with their director friend, David, which leads to a painful divorce and battle for custody of their daughter, Isabelle. Although all of them are merely fictional characters created by Bergman, their experiences become very real and traumatic for him.
Plot: Scripted by Ingmar Bergman, this very personal film is about a destructive affair which wrecks the marriage of an actress (Marianne) and musician (Markus). Wanting to continue the affair, Marianne moves in with her lover. But she is tormented by Markus’ decision not to let her have custody of their daughter. Finally Markus announces he may have a solution to the stalemate, but this leads to deception, lies and ultimately, tragedy.
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Look! An intelligent film about, get this, PEOPLE!
‘Faithless’, as a film experience, is both novel and old-fashioned. Novel, because films like this simply aren’t being made today, films that take the length of an expensive historical epic to concentrate on the characters, emotions, words, experiences and largely interior milieux of a handful of people; people who are not grim, sword-wielding Romans or suave cannibals, just fundamentally decent, cultured people capable of horrendous acts for love, in a low-key, familiar, plausible, yet devastating way. It is a film that knows its audience will accept 2 1/2 hours devoted largely to talk and relationships; where anything sensational, like rape, suicide or murder, is kept off-screen.

‘Faithless’ is, however, curiously old-fashioned. This kind of film used to be a fairly regular staple of art-house production in the 1960s and 70s, the heyday of its screenwriter, Ingmar Bergman. A time when an audience with this level of patience and willingness to involve themselves in constructing the film’s meaning was quite large and influential. Where carefully realised characters, places and dialogue were important; where subjects like marriage, divorce, grief, death, betrayal were explored in complex, understanding ways that never cheated on them for the sake of a quick ending.

Such a throwback is shocking. Even the arthouse alternatives of today have largely forsaken this mode of filmmaking for fear of being labelled unwieldly or -horrors – pretentious. it is not only pre-‘STar Wars’, but almost pre-post-modern; irony here is a creative tool, not a cop-out attitude. I’m not suggesting that films which privilege character and dialogue over plot and action are inherently superior, but it’s nice to see one once in a while.

I know they’re a hard sell. I desperately want you to see this film, but I can’t promise that you’ll be entertained or amused. We are asked to watch, for 154 minutes, the relentless dissolution of a marriage and the adulterous relationship; we are asked to watch characters analyse, torture themselves, seek emotional exits through self-pity and histrionics. We are asked to watch the effect of all this on a young child. We have to watch this path lead to some truly shocking climaxes. Even ‘lollipops’, such as the pleasure of the affair, the Parisian interlude etc., are soured by our foreknowledge of the events and their general outcome, if not details. There is no Hollywood softening through swelling music or redemptive epiphanies. The film’s austerity, autumnal/wintry tone and self-reflexive formal apparatus reminds me of a late Beckett play, like’Ohio Impromptu’ or ‘That Time’. An old artist (in this case a filmmaker), emotionally paralysed for decades having taken the wrong decisions in a relationship through a monstrous pride and egotism, tries to unravel the processes that led him to his current shellshocked state.

The long, painful move towards understanding involves tortuous conservations with ghosts, memories, past selves, all filtered through, and thus compromised by his own subjective ego, his need to explain and expiate. The film we watch is also about the creation of the film we’re watching. Self-reflexivity intrudes throughout – the film projector through the window behind Bergman; the characters all in the arts; the theatre settings; the allusions to Bergman’s past works; the motif of the ‘Magic Flute’ magic box etc. – all emphasising the way characters perform and ritualise their genuine feelings; asking us how we interpret testimonies that are, in any case, the wranglings of a guilty man’s head.

The film is such a bracing reminder of what cinema used to do, you’re prepared to forgive its faults – the neatness of the plot, especially, tending predictably towards a harrowing, yet cathartic, revelation. Like Francois Ozon’s brilliant Fassbinder adaptation ‘Water Falling on Burning Rocks’, Ullman’s Bergman pastiche cannot fully replicate the power of the original; audiences couldn’t handle it, we’ve been intellectually softened. The climax is harrowing, but contained – think of the true horrors of a film like ‘Cries and Whispers’. Bergman would never let us, or the character Bergman, off so easily.

But this is Ullmann’s picture, and the way she films a scene like Marianne’s revelation about her nocturnal plea-bargaining with her husband, or the earlier, squirmingly comic scene where he discovers the lovers in flagranto delicto, have an empathetic, non-exploitative tact that may have been beyond her master.

Review By: the red duchess Rating: Date: 2001-03-15
Liv Ullman as good as her mentor.
Even if directed by his all-time leading lady Liv Ullman, “Faithless” is a 100% Bergman movie.It is directed wonderfully, with an amazing photography and beautiful sets. The influence Bergman has over Liv Ullman is really strong (fortunately) and the script is as Bergman as it gets : Psychological tension in its peak, visceral human relationships, self-destruction and all the well known Ingmar’s demons. Those really familiar with this giant writer/director will find in “faithless” a lot of autobiographical quotes. Let’s hope this is not the last we hear from Ingmar. This movie is wonderfully moving. A must for the Bergman lover, and for anyone with high taste.
Review By: Axolotl Rating: 10 Date: 2001-03-24

Other Information:

Original Title Trolösa
Release Date 2000-09-15
Release Year 2000

Original Language sv
Runtime 2 hr 34 min (154 min), 2 hr 32 min (152 min) (Argentina), 2 hr 34 min (154 min) (Colombia), 2 hr 35 min (155 min) (Denmark), 2 hr 32 min (152 min) (Peru), 2 hr 34 min (154 min) (UK), 2 hr 22 min (142 min) (USA)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Drama, Romance
Director Liv Ullmann
Writer Ingmar Bergman
Actors Lena Endre, Erland Josephson, Krister Henriksson
Country Sweden, Italy, Germany, Finland, Norway
Awards 8 wins & 9 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex 535, Zeiss Variable Prime Lenses
Laboratory N/A
Film Length 4,322 m (Spain)
Negative Format 35 mm (Fuji Super F-125T 8532, Super F-500T 8572)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Original title Trolösa
TMDb Rating 7.2 30 votes

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