The Rite

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Time Out says

All Bergman's films around this time centre on isolated social groups (often the partners of a marriage) and show them under attack from both inside and out: Laingian fissures and cracks open up between the characters, and their precarious security is challenged by irruptions from the outside world. Bergman preserves and extends his private mythologies (witness the way that images and names recur from film to film), but in a broader (less precious, more honest) context: The Rite, with a trio of actors under examination by a judge on charges of obscenity, tries to expose the bonds that tie an artist to his audience, and pushes towards a theory of non-communication. A bold step forward in Bergman's analysis of human isolation.
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Release details

UK release:

1969

Duration:

74 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Ingmar Bergman

Screenwriter:

Ingmar Bergman

Cinematography:

Sven Nykvist

Editor:

Siv Lundgren

Art Director:

Lennart Blomqvist

Cast:

Ingrid Thulin, Anders Ek, Gunnar Björnstrand, Erik Hell

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