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„Es ist ein Stück der Liebe, ..und dann hat er uns gezeigt, warum es ein Stück der Liebe ist.“ Ingmar Bergman inszeniert im Jahr 1977 „Ein Traumspiel“ von August Strindberg. Mit versteckter Kamera gefilmte Beobachtungen von Proben des schwedischen Meister-Regisseurs Ingmar Bergman (1918-2007) mit dem Ensemble des Bayerischen Staatsschauspiels im Münchner Residenztheater (BR, Regie: Fritz Schuster)

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Time is an illusion. Time only exists when we think about the past and the future. Time doesn’t exist in the present here and now

 

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„Es gibt keine Grenzen.

Nicht für den Gedanken, nicht für Gefühle.

Die Angst setzt Grenzen“.

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Ingmar Bergman decided to make something completely different upon witnessing the success of his comedy Smiles of a Summer Night in Cannes, where the film had won the jury’s special reward. “I mustn’t let myself get scared off any more. It’s better to do this than a bad comedy. I don’t give a damn about the money.” It was the success of this particular comedy that enabled him to make The Seventh Seal, since his earlier efforts to make the movie found no support from the studio. Carl Anders Dymling, the head of Svensk Filmindustri, finally agreed to finance the picture but gave Bergman a small budget and only five weeks to shoot it. The film, which developed out of Bergman’s play called ‘Wood Painting’ written for the actors of the Malmo Municipal Theater and first performed as a radio play in 1954, owes its name to the Bible, as it’s a direct quote from the Book of Revelation mentioning “silence in Heaven,” which Bergman used as one of the central themes of the film: the silence of God, a subject most disturbing for The Seventh Seal‘s protagonist.- cinephiliabeyond.org – https://www.wikiwand.com/de/Das_siebente_Siegel

 

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