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Kodėl mes žaidžiame?

Kad pasilinksmintume prieš mirtį.


Faithless, Liv Ullmann‘s fourth film as a director, is a story of faith and fidelity scripted by Ingmar Bergman. The framework is set by the meeting of Marianne and an elder author. Marianne acknowledges her relationship to two men – her husband Markus, and David, a friend of the family. Marianne and Markus, who have a nine-year-old daughter, have a stable partnership. Yet the affair with David hurtles Marianne into a state of emotional chaos. The question of fidelity and guilt leads to fatal consequences.



Cannes Film Festival – selected for competition; European Film Awards – nominated for Best Film and Best Actress; Guldbagge Awards – Best Actress

Liv Ulmann

Liv Ullmann was born in 1938. At the age of sixteen, she dropped out of school and went to London to study acting. She played at different theatres and in several Norwegian films. Liv Ullmann became internationally famous in the films of Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, including Persona, The Passion of Anna, Cries and Whispers, Scenes from a Marriage and Autumn Sonata. Since 1980, Liv Ullmann has been a UNICEF Goodwill-ambassador. Liv Ullmann has started career as a script writer as well as film and stage play director. She had her debut with Sofie in 1992. Liv Ullmann’s latest films as a director are Private Confessions from 1996 and Faithless from 2000, Swedish productions based on scripts by Ingmar Bergman.