|Directed by||Ingmar Bergman|
|Written by||Ingmar Bergman|
Karin's Face (Swedish title: Karins ansikte) is a 14-minute film directed by Ingmar Bergman focusing on Bergman's mother, Karin. The film consists of still photos of Bergman's mother and other family members shown over a simple piano score by Bergman's former wife, Käbi Laretei, with no narration. It was photographed by Bergman's longtime collaborator and neighbour, Arne Carlsson. It was completed in 1983 but first publicly shown at Swedish Television 29 September 1986.
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