I saw a lot of popular films, buddy movies, Westerns, science fiction. Now I’m seeing Ingmar Bergman and all the films I should have seen.
Coming from Sweden and the dark winters there — I maybe have an Ingmar Bergman influence — but I like expression ... I’m a massive feminist. I’m the one who thinks that women should take over completely. To portray women as who they are — I see it more like a documentary portrait. I’m antiretouching and [anti-] plastic surgery. I think a woman is beautiful how she is.More quotes »
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It's a Different Kind of Road Trip in Ingmar Bergman's Classic, 'Wild Strawberries' (Review)
If you’re suffering from vague dissatisfaction or open disgruntlement, if you’re faced with a problematic decision or are stuck in a rut, if you feel that something must change but you don’t know what, there’s a handy solution, at least if you take your 54 m ago from PopMatters Read more »
DVD: HomeVideo Review: Marketa Lazarová
Imagine Game Of Thrones simultaneously filtered through Ingmar Bergman and Alejandro Jodorowsky. Viewers whose brains don’t explode will begin to have a feel for František Vláčil’s 1967 film, Marketa Lazarová, a sprawling, purposefully disorienting histo from The A.V. Club Read more »
“Corman’s Drive-In” Opens On YouTube June 13!
Roger Corman after leaving American International Pictures in the late 1960s started up his own company called New World Pictures, in addition to continuing to make movies for his own company he also was instrumental in getting the film works of Ingmar B from The Retroist Read more »
The myth is that Ingmar Bergman films are all about death; the truth is that they’re all about life. an affecting masterpiece, matched in recognition within his canon only by "The Seventh Seal," is the movie that bypasses the myth. Yes - Bergman’s strong from EDGE Boston Read more »
Ingmar Bergman: Smiles of a Summer Night
Warning: These film posts are not meant to be reviews nor are they meant to be film criticism. While I try not to spoil the films, I do hope to sometimes discuss their central issues without the constraints of ignoring dramatic moments. Please let me kno from The Mookse and the Gripes Read more »