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Bergman on Bergman

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Interviews with Ingmar Bergman by Stig Bjorkman, Torsten Manns and Jonas Sima. Translated by Paul Britten Austin.
"I was sitting in the shithouse reading the papers. And then read 'Swedish Film Wins Prize at Cannes', Swedish Film Causes Sensation' or something of that sort. What the devil film can that be? I wondered. When I saw it was Smiles of a Summer Night, I couldn't believe my eyes..."
Not the sort of reflection one normally associates with Ingmar Bergman, the archpriest of Swedish gloom and angst, but characteristic of this free-wheeling, informal meditation by Bergman on his own career to date. Ranging from memories of his first projector - swapped for a collection of toy soldiers from his older brother - to the continuing themes and preoccupations that underlie his films, Bergman on Bergman provides a fascinating insight into the mind of a filmmaker hitherto noted for his reluctance to talk in-depth or at length about himself or his own work.

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Item details

Author(s):
Stig Bjorkman, Torsten Manns, Jonas Sima
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1973
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0436042010
ISBN-13:
9780436042010
Number of pages:
288
Publisher:
Secker and Warburg
Title:
Bergman on Bergman

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Interviews with Ingmar Bergman by Stig Bjorkman, Torsten Manns and Jonas Sima. Translated by Paul Britten Austin.
"I was sitting in the shithouse reading the papers. And then read 'Swedish Film Wins Prize at Cannes', Swedish Film Causes Sensation' or something of that sort. What the devil film can that be? I wondered. When I saw it was Smiles of a Summer Night, I couldn't believe my eyes..."
Not the sort of reflection one normally associates with Ingmar Bergman, the archpriest of Swedish gloom and angst, but characteristic of this free-wheeling, informal meditation by Bergman on his own career to date. Ranging from memories of his first projector - swapped for a collection of toy soldiers from his older brother - to the continuing themes and preoccupations that underlie his films, Bergman on Bergman provides a fascinating insight into the mind of a filmmaker hitherto noted for his reluctance to talk in-depth or at length about himself or his own work.

Ex-library book.

Author(s):
Stig Bjorkman, Torsten Manns, Jonas Sima
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1973
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0436042010
ISBN-13:
9780436042010
Number of pages:
288
Publisher:
Secker and Warburg
Title:
Bergman on Bergman

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