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Podcast: Ingmar Bergman Movie Series

Podcast: Ingmar Bergman Movie Series

As we’ve noted with other Movie Series we’ve done, Ingmar Bergman is a major blindspot for us (especially for JD) and we were eager to remedy that error. Bergman is considered one of the most influential filmmakers of all-time, with a deep filmography of iconic films that continue to have an impact today. Unfortunately we can’t cover every single one of his masterful works of art, but we are going to dive heavily into his most prominent films and discuss how they’ve effected the cinephile landscape. Follow along and we hope you enjoy the series as much as we will.

The Seventh Seal, 1957

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 347.

Wild Strawberries, 1959

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 348.

Persona, 1967

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 351.

Cries & Whispers, 1972

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 349.

Autumn Sonata, 1978

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 353.

Fanny and Alexander, 1983

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 354.

Scenes from a Marriage, 1974

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 355.

The Virgin Spring, 1960

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 356.

Well, that’s it. That’s our Ingmar Bergman Movie Series. What an incredible journey we went on. We’ve done some great series’ before, but this may be the best one yet. We loved every second of it and we hope you enjoyed it as well. Be sure to leave any feedback in the comment section below or hit us up on social media!

InSession Film founder and owner. I love film. Love art. Love how it intersects with our real lives. My favorite movies include Citizen Kane, The 400 Blows, Modern Times, The Godfather and The Tree of Life. Follow me on Twitter @RealJDDuran. Follow us @InSessionFilm.

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