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Ingmar Bergman, The Fifth Act 17 Jun. 2012
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Bergman fans are fortunate in that nearly all of the director's work has been published - and translated - either as direct scripts or as prose fictions that grew into scripts. This volume contains some of Bergman's very last work - prior to his autobiographical collaborations with other directors, Bille August, his son Daniel and Liv Ullman. Included is the script for his chamber television film, "After the Rehearsal," where Bergman reflects on his life in the theater and some of his complex relationships, as well scripts for two late works which have never been available in the US, either in movie theaters or on DVD, "The Last Scream: A Slightly Skewed Morality Tale" and "In the Presence of a Clown." The book also contains a "Monologue," which Bergman wrote as his own introduction to the collection.

Most of Bergman's work is available in the US on DVD. For those who, like myself, are moved and reaffirmed by reading and watching Bergman's films again and again, "The Fifth Act" is an a fitting and important epilogue.
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