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Re: Ingmar Bergman for a beginner

What is the deal with Face to Face? It’s been unavailable for decades?
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Re: Ingmar Bergman for a beginner

Originally Posted by Mabuse
What is the deal with Face to Face? It’s been unavailable for decades?
No it hasn’t. Olive put out a DVD a few years ago.

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Re: Ingmar Bergman for a beginner

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The collection is set up in a "film festival" format.

Tell us more about this, please. What’s the order?
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Ingmar Bergman Criterion Blu-ray Collection Announced | Collider

Check out the full list of films and programs included in the box set below:


OPENING NIGHT:

Smiles of a Summer Night (1955)

Crisis (1946)

A Ship to India (1947)

Wild Strawberries (1957)

To Joy (1950)

Summer Interlude (1951)

Summer with Monika (1953)

Dreams (1955)

A Lesson in Love (1954)

CENTERPIECE ONE:

Scenes from a Marriage-

Television version (1973) U.S. theatrical version (1974)

Saraband (2003)

From the Life of the Marionettes (1980)

Hour of the Wolf (1968)

Shame (1968)

The Passion of Anna (1969)

Fårö Document (1970)

Fårö Document 1979 (1979)

Through a Glass Darkly (1961)

Winter Light (1963)

The Silence (1963)

The Virgin Spring (1960)

CENTERPIECE TWO:

The Seventh Seal (1957)

The Devil’s Eye (1960)

All These Women (1964)

Sawdust and Tinsel (1953)

The Rite (1969)

The Magician (1958)

The Magic Flute (1975)

After the Rehearsal (1984)

The Touch (1971)

The Serpent’s Egg (1977)

CENTERPIECE THREE:

Persona
(1966)

Thirst (1949)

Port of Call (1948)

Cries and Whispers (1972)

Waiting Women (1952)

Brink of Life (1958)

Autumn Sonata (1978)

CLOSING NIGHT:

Fanny and Alexander

Television version (1983) Theatrical version (1982)
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Re: Ingmar Bergman for a beginner

That’s not exactly what I was expecting. Intriguing idea, but poor execution.
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Re: Ingmar Bergman for a beginner

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No it hasn’t. Olive put out a DVD a few years ago.
Wow, I was not aware.
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Re: Ingmar Bergman for a beginner

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Wow, I was not aware.

It's just the theatrical version: https://olivefilms.com/product/face-to-face/

Apparently Woody Allen owns the rights in some capacity. Not sure if that is true.
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Re: Ingmar Bergman for a beginner

In looking at names of the members who submitted all the posts from 2004 in this thread, I didn't recognize a single one of them.
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Originally Posted by Ash Ketchum
In looking at names of the members who submitted all the posts from 2004 in this thread, I didn't recognize a single one of them.
I remember most of them.
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Re: Ingmar Bergman for a beginner

For sure. I remember PopcornTreeCt, Seeker, Pants, dick grayson, baracine, and I'm somewhat conscious of conscience. The others, not so much.
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For sure. I remember PopcornTreeCt, Seeker, Pants, dick grayson, baracine, and I'm somewhat conscious of conscience. The others, not so much.

I have conscience in my sig, but not because I knew him/her well...
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^Ha, that's probably how I'm aware of him.

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