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First Encounters with Bergman and Opinion on Autumn Sonata (1978)

Although I always knew that Ingmar Bergman is an established Swedish film director, screenwriter and a producer (often called a genius), I have never really had a chance to get to know more about him or his films that he made during his career that spanned for over 60 years. 1,061 more words

People And Influences

Notorious (1946)

Notorious is a movie by the great Alfred Hitchcock that centers on a love triangle between a Nazi, a government agent and a somewhat alcohol dependent woman. 410 more words

Movies

Film Review: Spellbound (1945)

A good friend of mine once said that your average Alfred Hitchcock film consists of little more than “white people eating on trains.” With him not typically sprouting off contrarian views, I was surprised by this statement, and more than a little amused. 772 more words

Film Reviews

Gaslight (1940 and 1944)

This posting is my contribution to The Great Villain Blogathon. Please take a look at the other postings, which cover an amazing range of films. 2,276 more words

Classic Movie

New documentary on Ingrid Bergman

I’m so excited about this new documentary that is coming out this fall on the life of Ingrid Bergman – one of Sweden’s greatest artists in film. 308 more words

Film

Casablanca


Today’s Film-tastic Friday takes us all the way back to 1942. One of my favorite movies of all-time, the cast fits the story so well. I guess the heart of the film is a love triangle, two men in love with the same woman and she loves them both. 250 more words

Film