Swedish multi-hyphenate filmmaker Ingmar Bergman is a truly great example of a director who can match his psychological insights with captivating visuals, and he’s also one of my personal favorites. He’s made so many masterpieces that I thought, to mark the occasion of his centennial birthday on July 14, it would be fun to take a look at his very worst film. Chances are, you’ve never heard of it! Luckily, I was able to find it, and dissect it for this video. Enjoy!

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