Ingmar Bergman and his cinematic works are mainly associated with the idea of film as art, established and reproduced in the era of auteur-filmmaking, to which most of his production certainly and rightfully belong historically. But even though there have been a number of propositions on how to understand Bergman as a cross-media artist (for example by approaching the connections between the stage and the screen, or the written word and the moving image) it is rarely highlighted that with Scener ur ett äktenskap (1973), Bergman actually produced TV in a time where it was . . .
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