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The Serpent's Egg

The Serpent's Egg

  • Release 4/12/2018
  • Film and TV Genre Mystery / Suspense
  • Media Format Blu-ray
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Price: $46.90

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HOW DO YOU MEASURE YOUR OWN SANITY IN A WORLD GONE MAD? In 1977, legendary Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman (The Seventh Seal, Persona) teamed up with the equally legendary Italian producer Dino de Laurentiis (La strada, Danger: Diabolik) for what would be the director's one and only Hollywood feature. Berlin, 1923. Out-of-work circus performer Abel Rosenberg (David Carradine, Bound in Glory, Kill Bill) is living in poverty. When his brother commits suicide, he moves into the apartment of his cabaret singer sister-in-law (Liv Ullmann, The Emigrants, Scenes from a Marriage), but the pair soon attract the attentions of both the police and a professor with a terrifying area of research when they start to make enquiries about his mysterious death. One of Bergman's darkest - and most unlikely - films, The Serpent's Egg is a hypnotic, Kafkaesque tale of paranoia in a poisoned city

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Title: The Serpent's Egg
Genre: Mystery / Suspense
Starring: Liv Ullmann, David Carradine
Director: Ingmar Bergman
Studio: Arrow Video
Release Date: 4/12/2018
Media Format: Blu-ray
UPC: 760137195788
Original Language: ENG
Run Time: 114 minutes
Year of Release: 1977

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