Category Archives: Ingmar Bergman

Review: Viskningar och rop (Cries & Whispers, 1972)

cries and whispers

I don’t whisper often, but I have been known to suffer from dust in the room every now and then!

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Review: Persona (1966)


Shot of a penis ten seconds in, this is gonna be my kind of film!

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Review: Törst (Thirst, 1949)


That’s one side story too many, oh yes, it is!

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Review: Såsom I En Spegel (Through A Glass Darkly, 1961)

I leave the questioning of god to those much smarter than I!

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Review: Scener Ur Ett Äktenskap (Scenes From A Marriage, 1973)


Marriage may mean more than you think!

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Review: Höstsonaten (Autumn Sonata, 1978)


Bergman and Bergman, together for the first and only time!

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Review: Smultronstället (Wild Strawberries, 1957)


It’s time for another trip to the surreal with Ingmar Bergman!

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Review: Fanny Och Alexander (Fanny And Alexander, 1982)


This is the edited down film version and not the TV mini-series version, just so ya know!

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Review: Jungfrukällan (The Virgin Spring, 1960)


The Ingmar Bergman train keeps on a rolling. I wonder if a pregnant woman should really be riding a horse, doesn’t seem that smart to me!

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Review: Det sjunde inseglet (The Seventh Seal, 1957)


Playing chess with death is probably not the smartest of ideas. Then again, neither were the Crusades, so what the heck!

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