Land Of The Lost

It was Ingmar Bergman's Century--we just lived in it

Until a few minutes ago, seemingly, Bergman didn't speak to us: He was too angsty, too middlebrow, too committed to an outdated style of wrought-up, applause-jerking acting. But the globe has turned, and the search of educated First World people for a meaning they didn't know was missing no longer seems vain and recherché--far from it. The life project of Ingmar Bergman now seems essential to our ability to organize and articulate a loss we only recently knew we were grieving.

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