By Ingmar Bergman
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The most job of my occupation is, whilst all is expounded and performed, to help me, and, so long as no one heavily questions this truth, I shall proceed, via a natural survival intuition, to maintain operating. The outer international intrudes on Elisabet Vogler in her sickroom. “Then I felt that each inflection of my voice, each observe in my mouth, was once a lie, a play whose sole objective was once to hide vacancy and tedium. there has been just one method i'll keep away from a nation of depression and a breakdown. To be silent. And to arrive at the back of the silence for readability or not less than attempt to acquire the assets that would nonetheless be to be had to me. ” the following, within the diary of Mrs. Vogler, lies the basis of character. those have been new concepts to me. I had by no means foreseen that my actions had a right away relation to society or to the realm. The Magician — with one other silent Vogler within the middle — is a playful method of the query, not anything extra. at the ultimate pages within the workbook appears to be like the decisive edition: After the most important war of words, it's night, then evening. while Alma falls asleep or is at the verge of falling asleep, it really is as though anyone have been relocating within the room, as though the fog had entered and made her numb, as though a few cosmic anxiousness had beaten her, and he or she drags herself away from bed to vomit, yet can’t, and she or he is going again to mattress. Then she sees that the door to Mrs. Vogler’s bed room is partially open. She enters and unearths Mrs. Vogler subconscious or likely useless. She is apprehensive and grabs the phone, yet there's no dial tone. She returns to the useless lady, glancing slyly at her, and unexpectedly they trade personalities. this fashion, precisely how I don’t be aware of, she stories, with a fragmentary sharpness, the situation of the opposite woman’s soul, to the purpose of absurdity. She meets Mrs. Vogler, who now's Alma and who speaks together with her voice. They sit down throughout from one another, they converse to one another with inflections of voice and gestures, they insult, they torment, they harm each other, they chuckle and play. it's a reflect scene. The war of words is a monologue that has been doubled. The monologue comes, with the intention to converse, from instructions, first from Elisabet Vogler, then from nurse Alma. Sven Nykvist and that i had initially deliberate a traditional kind of lighting fixtures on Liv Ullmann and Bibi Andersson. however it didn’t paintings. We then agreed to maintain 1/2 their faces in entire darkness — there wouldn’t also be any leveling mild. From there on it used to be a traditional evolution, within the ultimate a part of the monologue, to mix the 2 illuminated halves in their faces, to allow them to glide jointly to develop into one face. In most folks one facet of the face is extra beautiful than the opposite, their so-called strong part. The half-illuminated photographs of Liv’s and Bibi’s faces that we mixed into one confirmed their respective undesirable facets. whilst I bought the double-copied movie from the laboratory, I requested Liv and Bibi to come back to the modifying room. Bibi exclaims in shock: “But Liv, you glance so unusual! ” And Liv says: “No, it’s you, Bibi, you glance very unusual!