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Liv Ullmann's interpretation of Private Confessions hits the stage.

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Liv Ullmann's interpretation of Private Confessions hits the stage.

Theatre
National Theatre
9 Jan — 16 Feb 2016
Oslo
'Magical and spellbinding.'
Dagsavisen

About the performance

Private Confessions is the tale of Anna, who is forced to pay the price of honesty in more way than one. This is a tale that Bergman wrote for Liv Ullmann and no one else to tell - a story of love, fidelity, freedom and courage. A story about everything that creates such immense joy and intense despair in our lives. 

Liv Ullmann returns to Scandinavia, this time directing a stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's Private Confessions - a screenplay she has already filmed to great international acclaim.

The story is based on Ingmar Bergman's mother's life. Mining through both Ingmar's diaries and those of his mother, Liv Ullmann has created a new manuscript for the stage.

'This is the tale of one woman's secrets. But above all, it is the tale of what our secrets turn us into,' says Liv Ullmann.

Collaborators

  • Ingmar Bergman, Author
  • Liv Ullmann, Director
  • Milja Salovaara, Set design
  • Ingrid Nylander, Costume design
  • Nick Schlieper, Lighting design
  • Einar Bjørge, Assistant director
  • Kari Simonsen, Narrator
  • Liv Bernhoft Osa, Karin
  • Mattis Herman Nyquist, Henrik