On Swedish island of Faro, where Through a Glass Darkly by Ingmar Bergman was filmed, there is a secret house of Director Bergman. The house is filled with movies and books that he owned, and directors from all around the world visit the house to take care of them, including Michael Haneke, Claire Denis, Lee Ang, and Lars Von Trier. Other directors who could not make it to this house, such as Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese, and Wes Anderson, think of Bergman´s films in New York.
Bergman´s filmography starts from Summer With Monika. As Sweden did not have censorship, the expressions in Summer With Monika shocked the world. Looking at his filmography, his journey to Fanny And Alexander is not a typical or textbook one. Watched by those directors, his movies are different in density. Lars Von Trier´s testimony about Bergman, stating his feelings of love and hatred, is surely interesting. Not only does this documentary explain Bergman´s works, it has a unique framework that allows the audience to look into the current directors´ world through them.
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