“Scenes from married life” is a feature film of the classic of world cinema, Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, shot in 1973 according to his own script. This is the story of a twenty-year marriage of a married couple in which there is love, understanding, compassion, betrayal, alienation, separation and a new meeting. "Scenes from married life" - a very personal, chamber work. Most of the film in the frame only two main characters - Marianne and Johan, whose roles are played by the permanent actors of Bergman - Liv Ullman and Erland Jozefson.
Filmmaker Ingmar Bergman brought to the stage of the Moscow Art Theater. M. Gorky director Andrei Konchalovsky. And in this, undoubtedly, creative continuity is traced. Konchalovsky was one of the first in the national cinema to talk about the family crisis. It is enough to recall his films: the history of Asi Klyachin, who loved not to get married, banned in Soviet times, Noble Nest, Uncle Vanya, Beloved Mary ... banned by Bergman’s story adapted to Russian reality of the 1990s yo The timing of the action is not accidental: it was in the nineties that the collapse of the USSR dramatically coincided with the collapse of traditional values. Starring, like Bergman, are Konchalovsky’s favorite artists: the director’s wife, Honored Artist of Russia Yulia Vysotskaya, and the leading roles in Chekhov’s performances set by People’s Artist of Russia Alexander Domogarov.
I liked Domogarov, he was convincing. There are questions to the formulation (especially when there is a film from Bergman himself from 1973). Look, evaluate. Very nice room, sat in the bed of the mezzanine on the last row, clearly visible and audible.