Ekman’s favorite of his own films, and an enduring classic in Scandinavia, “Girl with Hyacinths” examines the mysterious suicide of a young woman (Eva Henning, Ekman’s wife at the time) through a Wellesian multiplicity of points of view. Visually striking, with extreme long takes and images that drift into a dreamlike surrealism, the film reveals its secrets with grace and sympathy, moving toward a final revelation that seems at least a generation ahead of its time.
Ingmar Bergman wrote:
An absolute masterpiece. 24 carats. Perfect.
1.74GB | 1 h 26 min | 1280×720 | mkv
Subtitles:English, Danish, Norwegian