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Old 07-05-07, 02:42 PM
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Ingmar Bergman Collection (R2) 124.76 shipped from Amazon.co.uk

This could go in international, but also quite a deal... I have been watching the price on the Bergman R2 set for sometime. The cheapest I have seen it is around 190 (except for one Amazon UK marketplace seller, who is cheaper but does not ship out of the UK).

Amazon UK is currently having a sale on it, 142.97. Subtracting the VAT and adding shipping, total for me was 124.76 (right around $250).

Thought someone else might be interested.
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NOTE: if you don't have a region free player, or an R2 player, this set will not play on your dvd player.

Note, however, that there appears to be a Blu-ray Seventh Seal on the way from Tartan UK. Region free? Who knows.
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That set is really nice.
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Holy crap I didn't even know that existed. Wish I could afford that!
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thought: i had cries and whispers and wild strawberries criterions. sell those for around $20 a piece, the net price of the set is now around $210, about $7 a movie. not too shabby!

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That set is really nice.
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Yes, that is one of the best looking DVD Sets of all time. I have mixed feelings about buying Ingmar Bergman DVDs however. With the exception of The Seventh Seal, most of them aren't very re-watchable to me. Most are amazing films, don't get me wrong, they are just so bleak and depressing I don't get the urge to watch them twice.
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I've been waiting for the price to go down on this for ages... so when it finally goes on sale, I have no money to buy it.
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I already own every DVD in the set except for the two exclusive films ;_;

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