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3 things about Ingmar Bergman’s THE SILENCE

The Silence [1963] 1. Upside down eyes, rimmed in black. 2. “How nice,” she says, examining the scars on his shoulder. “How nice that we can’t understand each other.” 3. She pulls the sheet over her own head. But she … Continue reading

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3 things about Ingmar Bergman’s FANNY AND ALEXANDER

Fanny and Alexander [1982] 1. Farting out the candles. 2. “She married a count, had 12 children, and got as big as a house.” 3. Miniature storks sit atop the two cradles.

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