Autumn Sonata: An Ingmar Bergman Centennial Retrospective

2018 marks the centennial of one of the most celebrated and influential artists in film history.

Ingmar Bergman emerged from Sweden in the late 1940s as a singular artist, infusing his films with a mix of existential questioning and complex interpersonal relationships. He would later redefine cinema as he became one of the first “arthouse” filmmakers, thanks in large part due to the success of films like Summer with Monika and Smiles of a Summer Night with their frank depictions of sexual themes. Through ten of Bergman’s most popular and enduring films, we trace the career arc of the great Scandinavian dramatist.

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