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Scenes From a Marriage, Ingmar Bergman, 1974

Now that I’ve

watched “Married”

on FX

I can’t imagine



Scenes from a


will have much


It was aired

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Vintage Books

FILM BERGMAN AUTEUR [1] - All anecdotes must lead somewhere

Persona was premièred at the Spegeln cinema on 18 October 1966. The editor Ulla Ryghe has described how the famous scene where the film burns up, often interpreted as if the actual celluloid cannot stand the friction between the two main characters, caused a number of problems at the initial screenings.

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Movie Recs for the Week: Intense Emotions Edition

I’ve been going through some dull weeks recently, and to jolt me into intense and passionate emotions I watched some of the most emotionally compelling movies that will really get even the coldest, numbest, most viscous blood get running once more. 819 more words


Winter Light (Ingmar Bergman, 1962)

The first establishing shot in the film follows a subjective shot, consistent with Bergman form that emphasizes subjective experience even while thematically concerned with big ideas like God. 411 more words



Director of Photography: Gunnar Fischer

Director: Ingmar Bergman

Perfect Shots

Torremolinos 73 (2003)

When flailing door-to-door encyclopedia salesman Alfredo learns his position is being terminated, he and his wife Carmen are willing to do pretty much anything to keep their meager income from petering out completely. 302 more words