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The influence of Ingmar Bergman’s Persona is legion. This short video-essay uses but 29 examples to position his masterpiece in terms of what came after it (from Apocalypse Now and The Silence of the Lambs to Heat, The Truman Show and Fight Club) and what went before (from Orphée and Vertigo to Psycho and Shadows). It shows how Bergman visualised his central theme of identity by way of reflections, splitting the screen, and shadows. –

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Woody Allen once lauded Ingmar Bergman as “probably the greatest film artist, all things considered, since the invention of the motion picture camera” – yet he is also the most misunderstood. Ten years after Bergman’s death, the received wisdom about his work continues to obscure his legacy, and discourages new audiences from discovering his achievements.

The obituaries a decade ago were predictably clichéd: Bergman’s films are ‘morbid’ and ‘pitiless’, ‘a long, dark night of the soul‘. Yet the primary theme of Bergman’s work – the thread that links all his films together, across genres – is not death but the redemptive possibility of love. His bleakest visions relate not to mortality but to isolation and rejection; in particular, to unrequited love.- BBC

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https://archive.org/details/BergmanNocheDeCirco

http://www.ingmarbergman.se/en/production/circus

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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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