Time movie critic Richard Corliss has an interview with actress Liv Ullman. Corliss, a great admirer of the works of Ingmar Bergman, speaks to Ullman at length about her experiences working with the iconic filmmaker, including directing such Ingmar-penned fare as Faithless and Private Confessions. Definitely an interesting read for those who tend to prefer "films" over "movies." I've been a casual admirer of Bergman, and based on the films I've seen it's very clear they are the result of a singular vision. Bergman's work was often referred to as a continuing autobiography of the filmmaker, and even Ullman contends that many of the women's roles were simply female versions of Bergman. I guess the same could be said for Ed Wood and Glen or Glenda, to a lesser degree.
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