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The Welfare State Depicted: Post-Utopian Landscapes in Ingmar Bergman's Films

Hedling, Erik LU (2008) In Ingmar Bergman revisited: Performance, Cinema and the Arts p.180-193
Abstract
This essay studies the depiction of landscape in Bergman's films in relation to traditional imagery in Swedish films. Bergman's landscapes are here regarded as an implicit criticism of the self-image of the Swedish model welfare state.
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published
subject
keywords
landscape, Bergman's films as other, Swedish film, welfare state, Bergman
in
Ingmar Bergman revisited: Performance, Cinema and the Arts
editor
Koskinen, Maaret
pages
180 - 193
publisher
Wallflower Press
ISBN
978-1-905674-33-6
project
Filmen och den svenska välfärdsstaten
language
English
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yes
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80f7dd74-2ed4-441c-9f46-3ba5567bf125 (old id 1048217)
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2008-04-01 14:02:23
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  author       = {Hedling, Erik},
  editor       = {Koskinen, Maaret},
  isbn         = {978-1-905674-33-6},
  keyword      = {landscape,Bergman's films as other,Swedish film,welfare state,Bergman},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {180--193},
  publisher    = {Wallflower Press},
  series       = {Ingmar Bergman revisited: Performance, Cinema and the Arts},
  title        = {The Welfare State Depicted: Post-Utopian Landscapes in Ingmar Bergman's Films},
  year         = {2008},
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