Bergman, Max von Sydow and Liv Ullmann during filming.
Bergman instructs the actors during the shooting of the big dinner scene.
Max von Sydow (Johan Borg) during filming.
The handwritten script of Hour of the Wolf. Note the use of the earlier title ’Demonerna’. Dated Djursholm August 3rd, 1964.
Page from the handwritten script of Hour of the Wolf.
The Cannibals, yet another working title for Hour of The Wolf.
Bergman's shooting script.
German film program for Hour of The Wolf.
Sketch of the seating arrangement in the shooting script.
Johan Borg’s (Max von Sydows) diary in Hour of The Wolf looks very much like one of Bergman’s workbooks.
Archivist Lindhorst (Georg Rydeberg): ’Let us drink to our artist. He is not only a genius, he’s a thinker as well. The devil take me, I had no idea.’
The mysterious Veronica Vogler (Ingrid Thulin).
One of Johan Borg’s (Max von Sydow) many distressing memories.
Johan Borg (Max von Sydow): ’A minute can seem like an eternity. It’s beginning now. Ten seconds. Those seconds. How long they last. The minute isn’t up yet. Now finally, it has gone.’
Archivist Lindhorst (Georg Rydeberg) and Alma Borg (Liv Ullmann).
Bergman and Erland Josephson (Baron von Merkens) during filming.