Wild Strawberry Movie Night
Admission For Free
Time:2010 Jan 29th Fri 6:30pm
Second movie in our “Swedish Classics” theme will be one of Ingmar
Bergman’s’ best. Ingmar Bergman is undoubtedly the most famous Swedish
movie director, one of the all time greatest. His career spans from
1944 to 2003 with his last feature, directing almost 50 movies, hugely
influencing several modern directors, as Woody Allen saying: “probably
the greatest film artist, all things considered, since the invention
of the motion picture camera.” or Krzysztof Kieslowski: “This man is
one of the few film directors”perhaps the only one in the world”to
have said as much about human nature as Dostoevsky or Camus.”
“Wild Strawberries” is one of Bergman’s earliest, depicting a man’s
journey toward self insight and reconciliation. It is often considered
as one of his most optimistic and one of his best. http://www.guardian.co.uk/film/1999/jun/10/1/print
Movie night is an opportunity for you who enjoy good movies to meet
with others of your kind, a place to watch and discuss the movie art.
We encourage people to stay after the showing of the movie to
participate in the discussion.
The subtitles will be in English as well as the discussion.
Movie night is free of charge, but it is possible to buy dinner (or coffee and cake – the chocolate cake is wonderful) at Nordica’s cafe.