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  • Hardcover
  • 120 pages
  • Wild Strawberries:A Film
  • Ingmar Bergman
  • English
  • 05 February 2018
  • 0671204491

About the Author: Ingmar Bergman

Ernst Ingmar Bergman was a nine time Academy Award nominated Swedish film, stage, and opera director He depicted bleakness and despair as well as comedy and hope in his explorations of the human condition He is recognized as one of the greatest and most influential filmmakers in cinematic historyHe directed films, most of which he wrote, and directed over plays Some of his internationally known favorite actors were Liv Ullmann, Bibi Andersson, and Max von Sydow Most of his films were set in the stark landscape of his native Sweden, and Wild Strawberries:A ePUB ´ major themes were often bleak, dealing with death, illness, betrayal, and insanityBergman was active forthan years, but his career was seriously threatened in when he suspended a number of pending productions, closed his studios, and went into self imposed exile in Germany for eight years following a botched criminal investigation for alleged income tax evasion.



10 thoughts on “Wild Strawberries:A Film

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Smultronst llet Wild Strawberries, Ingmar BergmanWild Strawberries is a 1957 Swedish drama film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman The original Swedish title is Smultronst llet, which literally means The wild strawberry patch but idiomatically signifies an underrated gem of a place, often with personal or sentimental value The cast includes Victor Sj str m in his final screen performance as an old man recalling his past, as well as Bergman regulars Bibi Andersson, Ingrid Thulin and Gun Smultronst llet Wild Strawberries, Ingmar BergmanWild Strawberries is a 1957 Swedish drama film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman The original Swedish title is Smultronst llet, which literally means The wild strawberry patch but idiomatically signifies an underrated gem of a place, often with personal or sentimental value The cast includes Victor Sj str m in his final screen performance as an old man recalling his past, as well as Bergman regulars Bibi Andersson, Ingrid Thulin and Gunnar Bj rnstrand Max von Sydow also appears in a small role Bergman wrote the screenplay while hospitalized Exploring philosophical themes such as introspection and human existence, Wild Strawberries is often considered to be one of Bergman s greatest and most moving films 1978 1348 260 20

  2. Mohammad Amin Mohammad Amin says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Wild Strawberries by Ingmar Bergman Wild Strawberries by Ingmar Bergman80 40

  3. Bobparr Bobparr says:

    Poche parole scarne e inquietanti per uno dei film piu rappresentativi del genere umano Una sceneggiatura che ci regala Bergman in uno stato di grazia, per un tema che non potra mai passare di moda o essere risolto Qui, rispetto ad altri, si respira l aria del mutamento e della trasformazione, e il posto delle fragole di nostalgica mestizia diventa un luogo dove finalmente possibile ritrovarsi e raccogliersi in pace.

  4. Bud Smith Bud Smith says:

    I have a book called The Screenplays of Ingmar Bergman Wild Strawberries is formatted like a short story, prose, with interludes that slip back intotraditional screenwriting format, characters talking back and forth The way it is presented is almost as genius as the movie itself Incredible stuff Loneliness is the man s penalty for being cold.

  5. Camilla Camilla says:

    1 stellaSinceramente non so come fare a fare questa recensione.Questa volta, davvero, ho seri problemi.Avete presente quei libri che non ti lasciano niente, che arrivi ala fine e pensi Ma cosa ho letto Perch ho scelto di leggere questo libro Non sar stato tempo sprecato Non mai tempo sprecato leggere un libro direte voi, invece proprio la sensazione che provo Di aver perso tempo Ho una to read list gi lunga e ho fatto passare avanti questo libro perch la trama mi piaceva ma o 1 stellaSinceramente non so come fare a fare questa recensione.Questa volta, davvero, ho seri problemi.Avete presente quei libri che non ti lasciano niente, che arrivi ala fine e pensi Ma cosa ho letto Perch ho scelto di leggere questo libro Non sar stato tempo sprecato Non mai tempo sprecato leggere un libro direte voi, invece proprio la sensazione che provo Di aver perso tempo Ho una to read list gi lunga e ho fatto passare avanti questo libro perch la trama mi piaceva ma on ho capito niente, non ho fatto mio niente, n una citazione, n una parola, n un immagine, n un pensiero.Mi ha lasciato vuota, non vedevo l ora di arrivare in fondo, speravo in qualcosa di esaltante che rovesciasse il mio gi ormai consolidato giudizio, invece no. ho visto arrivare solo conferme.Vi dico solo che non mi ricordo manco come si chiama il protagonista, non mi ricordo niente proprio perch non l ho compreso Flashback fatti in qua e in l senza un introduzione tipo e mi ricordai di quella volta ecc. oppure una riga lasciata vuota per dividere il paragrafo, nemmeno un punto e a capo.Faccio solo un brevissimo accenno alla storia un vecchietto che arrivato in l con gli anni si rende conto di essere stato un po uno Srooge e ripercorre episodi della sua vita.Non mi voglio dilungare oltre perch non so 1 cosa scrivere 2 cosa bisognerebbe comunque scrivere di un libro che lascia incredibilmente stupefatti in negativo purtroppo

  6. Alexander Curran Alexander Curran says:

    Posted 9 years, 7 months ago on 14 September 2008 11 21 A review of Wild StrawberriesThe punishment is loneliness After living a life marked by coldness, an aging professor is forced to confront the emptiness of his existence Victor Sj str m Dr Isak BorgIngmar Bergman has indeed done it yet again Firstly the captivating Seventh Seal blew me away with it s masterful strokes of genius and layered themes of death Now, Smultronst llet AKA Wild Strawberries The genius is replicated in i Posted 9 years, 7 months ago on 14 September 2008 11 21 A review of Wild StrawberriesThe punishment is loneliness After living a life marked by coldness, an aging professor is forced to confront the emptiness of his existence Victor Sj str m Dr Isak BorgIngmar Bergman has indeed done it yet again Firstly the captivating Seventh Seal blew me away with it s masterful strokes of genius and layered themes of death Now, Smultronst llet AKA Wild Strawberries The genius is replicated in it s questions and answers it gives us the viewers on a very important aspect to me, Mortality Thus also addressing the purpose of our life Wild Strawberries addresses the choices of a Professor whom has succeeded academically but with love and company he has failed and pales in comparison to the former achievements Dreams are used to great effect to give us some rather surreal imaginative insight into Borg s subconscious and the looming grip of Death s chilling touch I was especially was impressed by a dream of his in which he goes up behind a man only to touch him and for the said man to collapse, a mutated head appear, and a chilling symbolized metaphor is shown to us The first dream Dr Borg experiences is dark and puzzling due mainly to its unclear meaning and uncanny nature The street is deserted and clear Dr Borg approaches a clock and looks, but it is without hands He looks at his pocket watch and it is also without hands The black and white scene is subdued and calm, but draws the viewer in all the while guessing what s next The scene is without music and progresses with the sound of a heart beat that quickens with each step taken as he walks along the desolate boulevard When Dr Borg approaches a man, the man turns and lacks a face Shortly after, a cart drawn casket passes and knocks its wheel off after colliding with a lamp post The casket falls, opens, and a hand hangs exposed Dr Borg approaches the casket preparing to look inside when the hand reaches and clutches his hand Surprised and frightened, he struggles to free the grip and soon recognizes that the face of the man in the casket is his own.Proceeding to see himself in a coffin is equally unnerving yet shows an emphasis on the man s fear of death and time.Victor Sj str m as Dr Isak Borg, the main protagonist centered in the film, wonderfully gives life to a faceted character whom we see change throughout the progress of the story It s lovely to see as he becomes sentimental and we see memories of his, in a Christmas Carol manner of story telling It s beautifully executed by Bergman and wonderfully acted out by Victor Bibi Andersson as Sara, the beautiful, deep, faceted Daughter In Law of Isak Borg, really does shine everytime she is on screen Her beauty doesn t eclipse the fact that she remains in the film a talented actress, and proves she s not just a pretty face as she deals with some challenging engrossing material.Jullan Kindahl as Agda, Folke Sundquist as Anders and Bj rn Bjelfvenstam as Viktor represent the young generation and their energized outlook on life Was interesting to see both men fighting about the existence of God, which like Wild Strawberries uses Black and White, the same can not be said of the issue to do with this age old question The truth is somewhere in the middle man s invention to fool himself into thinking he isn t alone Max von Sydow as Henrik kerman, also pops up, and I was extremely reminiscent of him in his starring role from Seventh Seal Was pleased to see him crop up again in a Bergman collaboration Picture Wild Strawberries is full of hidden meanings and messages, our race against time to live, to make the right choices, and our realization that no choice is wrong or right In a sense the title isn t just describing Strawberries, its describing People, like a Strawberry we too wither and die, starting out full of life and a tasty blooming vitality The loss of youth, the pain of growing old, and the primal fears of being alone and dying The film is filled with Dr Borg s puzzling dreams and remembrances of his early life, but much of the charm and warmth that is contained throughout the movie is owed to the secondary characters Dr Borg s daughter in law, Marianne is a delight to watch because she can smile like an angle and can be bluntly frank, all at the same time Her stunning classic looks and assured mannerism helps the movie in a great way Agda has lived with the doctor as his housekeeper for forty years She and Dr Borg hysterically argues as if man and wife She knows the doctor well and understands him like the other people in his life do not Sara, the young girl who wakes the doctor as he lay near the wild strawberries is a joy to watch She shows the doctor new ways to look at the world by not taking anything too seriously She takes in all that life has to offer and brings out the joy Her slight touch to the doctor s face while they drove is one of the warmest scenes in the film and defines her loving character There are many warm moments in the film, and many moments of darkness The beginning of the film was dark, puzzling, and melancholy, and the end of the film was warm, bright and full of life and tenderness.Wild Strawberries makes us imagine and fear time Time is the enemy, as we learn from the symbolic clock with no hands We may be able to take the hands away but we can never stop time Our heart also is a clock of sorts and the furious beating of ones heart depending on it s pace can be another fear, another definition of our perception of time and our fear of being powerless before it Wild Strawberries definitely let s this daunting fact hit home

  7. Keith Keith says:

    Reading a movie script Sounds dismal But here you d be wrong This is a charming book that neatly matches Bergman s classic movie The narrator, Professor Borg, tells the story in his own words oftendetailed and adding additional depth to Borg that isn t in the movie The book provides a sensitive and intelligent portrait of Borg his flaws and his virtues It reads like a novel or a play and the characters are unique and come to life.This is a beautiful story of forgiveness, beautifu Reading a movie script Sounds dismal But here you d be wrong This is a charming book that neatly matches Bergman s classic movie The narrator, Professor Borg, tells the story in his own words oftendetailed and adding additional depth to Borg that isn t in the movie The book provides a sensitive and intelligent portrait of Borg his flaws and his virtues It reads like a novel or a play and the characters are unique and come to life.This is a beautiful story of forgiveness, beautifully told This book stands by itself apart from the movie

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