London Film School graduate.
Cinephile. Looking to do a PhD in film soon enough!
Eroticism blends with the mundane in this rather bold Bergman trilogy finale. Anna, repressed and rather cruel towards her sister, takes a trip with her and her little son to a strange hotel with only dwarfs residing as guests.
Their isolation gets further solidified with the lack of dialogues and abundance of silence. Both the women, Anna and Eszter, crave little Johan’s attention. His relationship with his own mother is innocent and yet reeks of an unusual affection or attachment.…