Translation for 'Through a Glass Darkly' from English to Greek
Through a Glass Darkly [Ingmar Bergman] Μέσα από τον Σπασμένο Καθρέφτη [Ίνγκμαρ Μπέργκμαν]
Partial Matches
a glass of waterένα ποτήρι νερό
through {prep}μέσα από
glass {noun}γυαλί {το}
glass {noun} [container]ποτήρι {το}
unverified a ; anμια ; μία
a fewμερικά
a few {adj} {pron}μερικοί
to a great extentσε μεγάλο βαθμό
to take a photographφωτογραφίζω
a quarter pastκαι τέταρτο
in a moment {adv}σε μια στιγμή
a lot of {adj}πολλά
What a pity!Τι κρίμα!
a quarter toπαρα τέταρτο
unverified A, a [alphabet]Άλφα
unverified from A to Zαπό την αρχή ως το τέλος
unverified from A to Zαπό το άλφα έως το ωμέγα
without (a / any) doubt {adv}χωρίς αμφιβολία
I'm a stranger here.Είμαι ξένος εδώ.
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Usage Examples English
  • Other short poems include "Through a Glass Darkly", an exploration of Christian faith and doubt, and "The Latest Decalogue", a satirical take on the Ten Commandments.
  • In Ingmar Bergman's 1961 Swedish film adaptation "Through a Glass Darkly", the psychotic Karin believes she has an encounter with God as a spider.
  • , which was translated in the 1560 Geneva Bible as "For now we see through a glass darkly" (without a comma).
  • Its title alludes to the phrase "Through a glass darkly", used by the Apostle Paul to describe how we currently view the world.
  • It has subsequently been included in a bonus disc of The Criterion Collection's box set of Bergman's "trilogy," "Through a Glass Darkly" (1961), "Winter Light", and "The Silence" (1963).

  • She studied medicine while also pursuing theatre, playing the blind girl in a school production of "Through a Glass Darkly", a role in which she said she had been "terrible".
  • Andersson appeared in several of his best-known films, including "Smiles of a Summer Night" (1955), "Through a Glass Darkly" (1961), "Cries and Whispers" (1972), and "Fanny and Alexander" (1982).
  • Writing about the Graces in "Barclays World of Cricket", Ronald Mason said of Fred that he "is visible only as through a glass darkly, as after a youth of great promise and pride he was smitten with sudden illness and died (aged only 29)".
  • "Through a Glass Darkly" (...) is a 1961 Swedish drama film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman, and starring Harriet Andersson, Gunnar Björnstrand, Max von Sydow and Lars Passgård.
  • He worked as sole cameraman on Bergman's Oscar-winning films "The Virgin Spring" (1959) and "Through a Glass Darkly" (1960).

  • The title of the novel refers to the Biblical phrase "Through a glass, darkly", from the King James Version of 1 Corinthians 13.
  • The work was commissioned by the Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus, which had commissioned Shaieb's "Through A Glass, Darkly" in 2008.
  • The subject of mystery novelist Donna Leon's "Through a Glass, Darkly" is the investigation of a crime in a Venetian glassworks on the island of Murano.
  • The film is the second in a series of thematically related films, following "Through a Glass Darkly" (1961) and followed by "The Silence" (1963); this is sometimes considered a trilogy.
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