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  1. I would recommend starting with later films. “Autumn Sonata”, “Fanny and Alexander” for starters. They are easier to understand than his earlier works, but at the same time allow you to get some idea of the Maestro's handwriting. Well, and then “Whispers and screams”, “Person”, “Silence”,”Shame”, “The Seventh Seal”, “Strawberry Glade”.

  2. It seems to me that it is worth starting to look at the filmography of any director in principle in chronological order. This is how you can watch an artist grow and hone their skills more and more every year. True, it often happens that closer to old age, at some point, directors exhaust themselves and this growth is no longer noticeable. True, Bergman, like Bergman, in my opinion begins with the “Seventh Seal”.

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