For nearly a decade, the Bergman Center on Fårö has been hosting Bergman Week, providing guests an opportunity to see films, attend lectures, and view exhibits related to Ingmar Bergman's career and life. I hope to have the opportunity to attend sometime soon.
I recently viewed Bergman's 1976 film Face to Face, starring Liv Ullmann and Erland Josephson, and found it one of the most difficult Bergman films to watch due to the raw and intense emotions vividly portrayed by Liv Ullmann. So, I found it quite interesting to see this short video from Bergman Week 2010 where she talks about some of the humor behind the scenes.
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