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Our Criterion, Our Three Reasons: #1

While the Criterion Collection sale is still ongoing at Barnes and Noble, we here at Cinema from the Spectrum figured that it would also be a perfect time to send our own recommendations because we all wish to share our own love of cinema together with others. 1,127 more words

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#701 Persona (1966)

#701 Persona

1966 // Sweden // Ingmar Bergman

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Persona is one of the greatest film, if not the best of all time, of Ingmar Bergman whose body of works ranging from sex comedy to bleak existential crisis, from Mozart’s opera to television series. 1,827 more words

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Three Colors: Red

Three Colors: Red is a masterful film and the final film by Krzysztof Kieslowski. It’s an astounding piece of filmmaking in its craft and performances, in which two characters in a sea of noise come together and find one another through chance, or perhaps destiny. 782 more words


Three Colors: White

Three Colors: White, the second in the Three Colors trilogy, is Krzysztof Kieslowski’s story about immigration, personal character, and success in business and of the mind. 604 more words


Three Colors: Blue

The first in the Three Colors trilogy, Blue, a film by Krzysztof Kieslowski, is a powerful but intimate opus on the life of a woman who has lost those closest to her, and her attempt to piece her life back together by ripping away the wounded pieces. 462 more words


Ingmar Bergman: Part 6 (1977-2003)

Ingmar Bergman: Part 6 (1977-2003)

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39. The Serpent’s Egg (1977) – Criterion

The Serpent’s Egg has been considered as one of the weakest effort amid Ingmar Bergman’s output, and perhaps best remembered as Bergman’s first film made outside Sweden during his exile due to the lawsuit of tax evasion in which Bergman eventually won the vindication at the end. 1,304 more words

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