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'On the Rocks': The Scanian Connection in Ingmar Bergman's Early Films

Hedling, Erik LU (2010) In Regional Aesthetics : Locating Swedish Media p.307-322
Abstract
Study of landscape in some early Bergman films. The feneral idea is that Bergman used dramatic settings to enhance the angst of the characters.
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Scania, Ingmar Bergman, Hovs hallar, darkness, Kullaberg
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Regional Aesthetics : Locating Swedish Media
editor
Hedling, Erik and Jönsson, Mats
pages
307 - 322
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National Library of Sweden
ISBN
978-91-88468-14-7
language
English
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  author       = {Hedling, Erik},
  editor       = {Hedling, Erik and Jönsson, Mats},
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  keyword      = {Scania,Ingmar Bergman,Hovs hallar,darkness,Kullaberg},
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  pages        = {307--322},
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  year         = {2010},
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