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    • Laura Câlțea

      Ingmar Bergman on the set of The Seventh Seal with Bengt Ekerot / Ingmar Bergman Foundation: “Behind the Scenes” 18/42, photo by Louis Huch, c. 1956. © AB Svensk Filmindustri

    • Bianca Bueno

      Director Ingmar Bergman talks with “Death” on the set of the 1957 film “The Seventh Seal”. Click the pic to watch the first death sequence from the movie starring Max Von Sydow.

    • Clesio DaGama

      Photo: Ingmar Bergman and Bengt Ekerot on the set of THE SEVENTH SEAL Bergman’s birthday bash continues with this amazing photo of the filmmaker kickin’ it with Death (a photo that i blatantly pilfered from Criterion’s facebook page). apologies for the lazy posts today, this is what happens when i’m waylaid by actual work (i.e. writing full reviews of new Criterion titles).

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