Browsing All posts tagged under »ingmar bergman«

Music in Darkness (1948)

December 19, 2010


The next two films on my list were Man with an Umbrella (1946) and A Ship Bound for India (1947). They came out on DVD earlier this year, as did So Close to Life (1958). Each costs just £9 in Sweden, so I plan to buy them when I’m over there in a couple of […]

Help me find these Bergman films

December 19, 2010


There are some Bergman films that I can’t find anywhere. If you happen to know where I can get my hands on any of them, please let me know. I’m happy to rent, buy, swap or borrow. Any format works for me — DVD, VHS, whatever. The movies I’m trying to track down are: This […]

Frenzy (1944)

December 16, 2010


Ingmar Bergman was ‘script girl’ on Frenzy. He didn’t direct the film (the director was Alf Sjöberg) so it isn’t strictly one of the 39 that I want to see in the course of writing this blog. But it was Bergman’s screenplay, and since I’m working through his early career anyway, I figured that I […]

Crisis (1946)

December 6, 2010


And so it begins… Last night I rewatched the first of the 39 movies on my list. But don’t get too excited — I’m trying to work through Bergman’s movies in the order in which they were made, and his earlier films are nowhere near as interesting as his later films. Crisis (1946) really isn’t […]