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The Dance:Ingmar Bergman's Fear of Death in THE SEVENTH SEAL

             Ingmar Bergman’s The Seventh Seal follows the journey of a knight as he literally plays chess with an embodiment of Death and struggles with the greatest question known to man: What happens to me when I die? 2,945 more words


The Ingmar Bergman Appreciation Society

Thinking back

I still recall the true despair

The solid black depression

I didn’t realise at the time

But I was an honourable member

Of the Ingmar Bergman Appreciation Society… 42 more words


Moving pictures, #25

I catch up… then I get behind. But I’m staying reasonably on top of these posts for now… possibly because I’ve been rewatching Battlestar Galactica so I’ve not been watching movies all the time. 1,915 more words


The Phantom Carriage (1921)

Have you ever completely forgotten that you’ve seen a film before until you’re in the middle of watching it? I ran across a couple posts recently that compared Stanely Kubrick’s masterful horror landmark… 780 more words

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Everyone likes happiness, no one likes pain. But you can’t have a rainbow without a little rain. Ingmar Bergman


RECOMMENDED READING:  JOY RIDE; show people and their shows by JOHN LAHR.  Norton, 2015

Most of the show people and shows that one of our most perceptive and significant critics discusses here are theater folk and their plays.  307 more words


Summer with Monika (1953)

Harry Lund, play by Lars Ekborg, is a young man working a stressful first job as a delivery boy for a stockroom of glass and porcelain. 443 more words