10 comments

  • By David Hollingsworth
    February 12, 2015
    10:14 PM

    Another brilliant video essay from kogonada. Bergman was always arguably the most remarkable director of women.
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  • By Germenis
    February 13, 2015
    05:57 PM

    This is awesome. I love that someone else has also made a connection between Bergman and Plath.
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  • By Mikhail Goberman
    February 16, 2015
    06:05 PM

    Anyone know what the music is?
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    • By Bhavik Gandhi
      November 28, 2016
      08:53 AM

      Concerto for Two Mandolins in G RV532
  • By Alexander Soifer
    February 27, 2015
    02:20 PM

    Music by Antonio Vivaldi.
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  • By Derek McNeil
    February 27, 2015
    03:03 PM

    What movie is the scene in colour of the little girl in front of the full length mirror (at about 48s in) from? I think I've seen it before, but I can't place it.
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    • By Violet
      February 27, 2015
      06:18 PM

      Autumn Sonata. :)
  • By naersjoen
    February 28, 2015
    07:17 AM

    It's from Höstsonaten: http://www.filmcaptures.com/autumn-sonata/
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  • By adina_s
    March 01, 2015
    05:48 AM

    Does anybody know which movie the sequence with the girl writing on the mirror in lipstick is from (1:06)? I have been trying like crazy to figure it out! Thanks!
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    • By TheDirector
      March 01, 2015
      10:55 PM

      I believe it is from 'Port of Call'.
  • By ScorpioVelvet
    October 16, 2017
    03:44 PM

    Brilliant poem, love how the music & clips of Bergman's films blend in with the poem.
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