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Sweden · 1968
1h 43m
Director Ingmar Bergman
Starring Liv Ullmann, Max von Sydow, Sigge Fürst, Gunnar Björnstrand
Genre Drama, War

The lives of a farming couple on the remote island of Gotland are upended when an invasion begins and war arrives. As they navigate the difficulties of everyday life under artillery fire, they must soon adapt to occupation by the enemy force, and witness the reactions of their fellow townspeople to the war.

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Chicago Reader by Dave Kehr

Despite its evident sincerity, the film seems less like an indictment of intellectual and artistic irresponsibility than a quiet mea culpa.


Time Out by Derek Adams

It ends with one of the cinema's most awesomely apocalyptic visions: not the cheeriest of films, but a masterpiece.


Chicago Sun-Times by Roger Ebert

It is a question without an answer in Shame, which does not deliver a message in any formal way, but simply offers people and their lives and leaves us to conclude what we choose.

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