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Cries and Whispers, 1972, Ingmar Bergman

By 1972, Bergman was already established as one of the titans of international art cinema. He had won several awards at Cannes and been nominated for two Academy Awards (he would eventually be nominated for 9, including three for this film). 1,609 more words

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Faces in Red

I must admit that I am very new to Ingmar Bergman. A few months ago, I finally watched Fanny & Alexander – the complete television version – and I absolutely fell in love with it. 271 more words

Through A Glass Darkly (1961)

I’ve been told all my life how good Ingmar Bergman movies are. It’s practically a joke; no, it’s more than that, his movies were of such a quality that it was expected jokes… 853 more words

Movies That Do Not Suck

Who needs God when we’re blessed with Bergman’s, ‘The Faith Trilogy’?

Before I enrage the religious, or bring-about the ten plagues, let me clarify. I’m not suggesting Ingmar Bergman, or his The Faith Trilogy – comprised of… 255 more words

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THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY (1961)

Christopher

High school has so far been my golden era for watching Criterion movies. One of the directors they cherish the most is Ingmar Bergman. And even though I don’t have a specific memory of watching… 1,932 more words

SUMMER WITH MONIKA (1953)


| Dir: Ingmar Bergman

Often categorized as an appropriate introduction to Bergman’s vast catalogue of work, that advice depends on what you want as a first impression of one of the worlds finest masters of cinema. 388 more words

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