One could argue that the trajectory of Ingmar Bergman’s career has been characterised by the deliberate defiance of expectation at pivotal moments – an impetus, perhaps, for continued creative renewal and a desire to circumvent categorisation. Upon receiving rapturous praise by Jean-Luc Godard (1974), for example, for the wild, free-flowing and improvisational-like qualities of Summer […]

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