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Elle Brittain @ IMG Australia

The Actress


(Source: endofalldoubt)

Persona (1966)

(Source: andreii-tarkovsky)


Liv Ullmann: "I was always reading a book in-between takes and once I looked up and they were still doing a lot with the camera…and…and I…looked up and Sven Nykvist, the cinematographer, was doing things with the camera and then, there, doing nothing…was Ingmar and he was just…looking at me. And I knew…he…he felt something for me.” (x)

Your hiding place isn’t watertight. Life trickles in everywhere, and you’re forced to react. No one asks if it’s true, if you’re genuine or false. Such questions matter only in the theatre, and hardly there either. 

Persona | dir. Ingmar Bergman (1966)

(Source: naokosattomi, via naokosattomi)

"It would be the best of all, you know, if once in one of my pictures, only one human being had got something out of it for his life, for his daily life or for his future. I would be happy. That is the whole reason. If people use my pictures, it doesn’t matter if they are angry or aggressive or critical, but just that they are emotionally involved with my pictures. That is the only thing that is important to me."

Ingmar Bergman
July 14, 1918 — July 30, 2007

(Source: strangewood)


Fanny och Alexander (1982) by Ingmar Bergman.

(Source: painted-veil)

(Source: poetryof-motion)


Persona (1966)

Liv Ullman in Persona, Ingmar Bergman, 1966
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