More on Bergman and Antonioni

Woody Allen pays tribute to Bergman. Martin Scorsese pays tribute to Antonioni.

Jonathan Rosenbaum writes that in hindsight, Bergman's star may be inflated (article locked behind NYTimes pay-wall, which is too bad considering how much discussion it has generated; there's no better way to attract lightning than to stand on a tall building and wave a metal flagpole over your head, though I think he was sincere in his feelings). A full summary of Bergman coverage at the NYTimes is here. David Bordwell re-examines both Bergman and Antonioni in light of all the autopsies of their careers and theorizes that perhaps one's feelings towards each may be influenced by when one came of age.

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