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Persona (Ingmar Bergman, 1966) - DVDRIP Vostfr

Juego de Tronos - Personas de Vida y Muerte .. Ingmar Bergman - Persona (1966) Bluray - Personas de Vida y Muerte Persona: The Cruel Cinema of Ingmar Bergman. by Emmanuelle Granger. London: Serpent's Tail, 2011. Print.. Personal life In 1963, while Bergman was shooting Persona in the Swedish village of Fjällbacka, Andersson was pregnant with the couple's only child, Kira, who was born on 8 November. On 28 May 1960, Andersson, then married to her third husband Tage Andersson, married Bergman, the director who had long wanted to marry her. The couple had separated four years earlier and Bergman was almost never in contact with her family, including her husband. The marriage was troubled, but Andersson remained faithful to Bergman until 1966. Bergman wanted their union to be a private one for the sake of their young daughter. The couple's relationship ended in 1966 when, after the completion of Persona, Andersson became pregnant again and miscarried the child. The couple were never to have children together. In 1976, Andersson and Bergman married; they divorced in 1989. In 1987, Andersson married director Sven Nykvist. She is the daughter of the film director and cinematographer Sven Nykvist. The couple had one daughter, Mia Nykvist, who was born in 1989. In 1997, Andersson was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. In 2002, she confirmed that her Parkinson's symptoms were as bad as they were when she was filming Persona in the late 1960s. She has since been treated with medicine. Andersson's first husband Tage Andersson died in 1970, three years after their daughter Kira was born, and two years before she met Bergman. She and Tage Andersson had been married for three years when he died. In 2004, Andersson was diagnosed with breast cancer. She was treated with a double mastectomy and chemotherapy. Filmography Film Television See also List of actors with Academy Award nominations References Further reading André Bazin, "The Cinema and Modern Realism", translated by Quentin Smith, University of Illinois Press, 1961. Peter Cowie, The World of Ingmar Bergman, Faber and Faber, 2006. ac619d1d87

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