Ingmar Bergman 1918-2007

The Guardian reports that Ingmar Bergman died this morning. He was 86.

Much more at GreenCine Daily, which will be updated as the obituaries are posted.

Which is your favorite of his films?

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  • http://www.expanded-universe.com expandeduniverse

    I’ve only seen 3 of his films, so…

    1. The Virgin Springs
    2. The Seventh Seal
    3. Wild Strawberries

  • http://moviegoings.wordpress.com Jared

    The Seventh Seal (but I’ve only seen three to date).

  • http://www.adamwalter.blogspot.com/ awalter

    One that isn’t talked about so much but which I constantly go back to for the Twin Peaks-y surrealism is Hour of the Wolf. But I may enjoy Smiles of a Summer Night most of all.

  • bdlangton

    It’s an 8 way tie.

    The Seventh Seal
    Autumn Sonata
    Hour of the Wolf
    Cries and Whispers
    Fanny and Alexander
    Through a Glass Darkly
    Winter Light
    Persona


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