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Tranchant, Marie-Noëlle

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Le Figaro - France | 31/07/2007

On the death of Ingmar Bergman

"What a man! Intractable and vulnerable, full of demons and genius, one of the 20th century's most fabulous displayers of moving images", writes Marie-Noëlle Tranchant. "He drew his images from humanity's most vital and secret depths, from torrents of passion, the caves of the subconscious and the lakes of childhood. He turned them into a prodigious saga of man and woman lost in a world of wounds and blame, rage and desire, suffering and incomprehension. ... Aware of his genius, and indeed perhaps thanks to this awareness, Bergman always considered himself with much critical lucidity and rare honesty. .. [He] was also relentlessly in search of the artists' greatest truth: the dream, the revelation through illusion of the soul's real life."

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