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INGMAR BERGMAN

Sweden, 1972 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Stig Björkman

This is a study of Ingmar Bergman, as film director. The film was made during the preparation and shooting of The Touch, and gives a penetrating portrait of Bergman. It contains a long interview in which he defines and analyses the practical and ethical problems of film direction.

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