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Time and Place Are Nonsense! The Cinema According to Seijun Suzuki • May 14–June 2 at Brattle Theatre & Harvard Film Archive

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Wed, Apr 27, 2011

An Extravagant Entrepreneur: A Tribute to Cyrus Harvey Jr.Repertory Series Archive

The Seventh Seal

Plays Wednesday, April 27 & Thursday, April 28

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Double Feature w/WILD STRAWBERRIES

(1957) dir Ingmar Bergman w/Max Von Sydow, Begt Ekerot, Gunnar Bjornstrand, Nils Poppe, Bibi Andersson [96 min] It’s difficult to overestimate the effect that Bergman’s meditation on life and death had on viewers and future filmmakers, in New York and all over the world. “As a young man, you spent pretty well the whole night after you had seen THE SEVENTH SEAL discussing it,” said British director Mike Hodges. Meanwhile, his effect on a young comic from Brooklyn was incalculable. “When the area of concern in cinema shifted from the external world to the internal,” said Woody Allen, “Bergman developed a grammar, a vocabulary to express these inner conflicts brilliantly.”

  • Matteo Garrone's TALE OF TALES • Exclusive Area Premiere June 3–7
Reunion Weekend! 50th Anniversary! PERSONA • Sunday 5/29

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