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February 19, 2017

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August 2, 2007
It was Ingmar Bergman who inspired me to study Theatre Arts and Film. His unique passion, blunt rejection of taboos, and absolute honesty, were magnetic. When I was studying Theatre Arts in Munich, I had the opportunity to observe Mr. Bergman when he was directing "Yvonne, Die Prinzessin Von Burgund". His actors absorbed his suggestions like a sponge, projecting the impression that it was not a rehearsal, but a worship. Mr. Bergman was, in my view, "The God Of Cinema"; there will never be another Ingmar Bergman.

I am mourning his passing deeply. I will miss him for the rest of my life.
August 1, 2007
I offer my condolences to all of Ingmar Bergman's family, friends, and fans. This was true genius that many refused to recognize. I discovered Ingmar Bergman films when I left Pakistan as a student. The first movie I saw, Cries and Whispers", made me his fan. His sensual, stark, and intimate portrayal of characters, and of filming, and of drawing the viewer into the utmost depth of the spirits on the screen were unique. His death really effects me, since only his movies allowed me to share the pain and tragedy of the human condition, and relationships. Bergman did not believe in God, but he touched religion and spirituality to the core! When such creative genius dies, it is sad...since that marks the end of those films which will forever grasp our souls. May his soul rest in peace.
August 1, 2007
The Seventh Seal was on overnight and is probably my all-time favorite film. To me he captured so eloquently the struggle of the human condition with the Big questions of death, God, religion and human interaction better than anyone since. The Virgin Spring and Through a Glass Darkly are also among my favorite Bergman films. His pure brilliance and genius that has inspired and stimulated imagination in so many is so rare.
August 1, 2007
I saw "The Virgin Spring", I believe it was called, many years ago and it has stuck in my head all these years. That is the kind of movies and stories Ingmar wrote. Rest in peace!
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