EUROPE SWEDEN REGIONS GOTLAND FÅRÖ THE LANGHAMMAR PENINSULA AND THE LAMGHAMMAR NATURE RESERVE ON NORTH-WESTEN FÅRÖ FEATURE ROCKY BEACHES LANGHAMMAR WAS THE SETTINGS FOR INGMAR BERGMAN'S MOVIE THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY.

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Item #463532 | Published 12/1/08
Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman lived and died on Fårö, and several of his movies were filmed there, among them Through a Glass Darkly (1961), Persona (1966), Hour of the Wolf (1968), Shame (1968), The Passion of Anna (1969), and Scenes From a Marriage (1972; filmed at the home of his ex-wife). The Bergman Festival is a weeklong tribute to the filmmaker held on the island every June.Andrei Tarkovsky's The Sacrifice was also filmed on Fårö. The Langhammar peninsula and the Langhammar nature reserve on north-western Fårö feature rocky beaches with the Ice Age stone monoliths known as rauks. Langhammar was the setting for Ingmar Bergman's movie Through a Glass Darkly. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia SWEDISH: Vid Langhammars-hamaren ligger Klajvika och naturreservatet Langhammars med raukområde där står ett drygt 50 talet raukar av vilka några är mer än 8 metter höga och formade som bildstoder. Berggrunden i området består omväxlande av lagrad kalksten och revkalksten. I den södra delen av reservatet är jordtäcket tunt, och på många ställen går hällen i dagen. Bilden är från södra delen.
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