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Old 03.21.2013, 12:10 AM   #17268
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Originally Posted by foreverasskiss
Through a Glass Darkly.

another Bergman classic. not as disturbing as the others i've seen, but still fantastic. i also find the women in his films to be extremely attractive or exuding something sexual. i think i'll keep 'em rolling.

any suggestions? maybe The Silence.

I know what you mean about the 'exuding something sexual' thing and on that score I'd definitely say The Silence is a good option. There's something very kinky about that movie.

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Originally Posted by Murmer99

I also find that Cries and Whispers is a stirring masterpiece, depending on how you look at it. Don't expect to be in high spirits after watching the film. As with many other Bergman films, it's a bit of an agonizing experience. Despite a familiar utilization of clocks, a rare use of color (primarily the color red) dominates the film throughout. So yeah, I'd recommend it if you think that's up your alley...

That was the first Bergman film I ever saw and yeah, while I did really like it, it made me quite weary of checking out his other films for a while. I lump it in with the likes of Salo, Breaking the Waves and Irreversible: films that I appreciate but ultimately endure, rather than enjoy. If that makes sense.
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