Writing about Bergman is itself a delicate and difficult task; this gentleman born in beautiful Sweden is part of the list of great masters of cinema history.

As fate that this man let his mark on our lives through the most beautiful ways on the cinematic screen, and so did Mr. Bergman, left a vast cinematographic work to make us reflect on some themes of human life. 

Well, my choice to write this article fell on the film Saraband, a film dating from 2003, his last work done in . . .

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paulombantunes

Paulo Antunes studied Art Studies at the University of Algarve in Faro, Portugal. He has worked in many different areas, from picking fruit to being a waiter in a restaurant, but has always had a passion for film and music. He has participated in the organisation of two film culture shows: the 5th Filmic Culture with the theme of the importance of music in the cinema, and the 2nd Filmic Culture with the theme of the theory of Superman. He completed a traineeship in CIAC and was also the manager of a Portuguese punk rock band named Defying Control. Currently he works on various film projects.