The Seventh Seal (1957)

Poor Child

Antonius Block (Max von Sydow) witnesses a young girl (Maud Hansson) who is presumed to be a witch as she’s burned at the stake.

Directed by Ingmar Bergman.

Released in 1957 by Criterion.

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  • character-type: Soldier
  • action: Burn
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  • mood: Disturbing
  • mood: Dark
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  • prop: Rope
  • prop: Ladder
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  • setting: Outdoors
  • theme: Despair
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  • actor: Bengt Ekerot
  • actor: Gunnar Björnstrand
  • actor: Nils Poppe
  • actor: Max von Sydow
  • actor: Maud Hansson
  • director: Ingmar Bergman
  • producer: Allan Ekelund
  • cinematographer: Gunnar Fischer
  • composer: Erik Nordgren
  • editor: Lennart Wallén
  • costume-designer: Manne Lindholm
  • production-designer: P.A. Lundgren
  • role-name: Death
  • role-name: Antonius Block
  • role-name: Joseph
  • role-name: Jöns, squire
  • role-name: Witch
  • screenwriter: Ingmar Bergman
  • year: 1957
  • studio: Criterion