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The Criterion Break - Episode 25 - The Films of Ingmar Bergman: Part One

January 25, 2022 The Criterion Break Season 7 Episode 24
Fat Dude Digs Flicks
The Criterion Break - Episode 25 - The Films of Ingmar Bergman: Part One
Show Notes

The Break is BACK!

The boys begin their first Director’s Series with the Swedish master, Ingmar Bergman. The first two films on the list are 1957’s Wild Strawberries and 1960’s The Virgin Spring. Hear how these two films affected them and if they are looking forward to the remaining five films. The hosts also discuss their recent watches, most of which are Criterion adjacent or arthouse films worth talking about.

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