Drama • 1966 • 1 hr 23 min
Every frame is exquisitely composed and the dialogues drive you to many different places at once
Sven Nykvist/ Bergman collab. Stunning photography and technical perfection. Very interesting images and ideas that stay with you. Top 10.
Love watching Bergman movies. Love falling asleep to them.
Now I know how david lynch made mulholland drive. After watching this I suppose.
Very heady and philosophical filmmaking. Even if you’re not a fan of Bergman, this should be the one film you watch of his
Absolutely a beautiful film, the style of the shots make it a worthwhile watch, but the horror and thriller elements make it a classic.
If films were alive this would be their god, meta af
Highly influential and historically important film that holds up really well decades later. Haunting and intellectually stimulating
Definitely deserves a rewatch so I can fully process everything, but it is a masterfully crafted and beautifully acted film.
Ingmar Bergman makes movies that are meant to be felt, not just viewed. Persona is tragic, slow and deliberate almost to a fault, still good
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