Fårö, wyspa Bergmana
Słowa kluczowe:Ingmar Bergman, Fårö, wyspa, film szwedzki
This paper is an attempt to investigate the relationship between Ingmar Bergman, the Swedish auteur and the island of Fårö in the Baltic, where he worked and lived for 40 years. Bergman said: “If one wished to be solemn, it could be said that I had found my landscape, my real home; if one wished to be funny, one could talk about love at first sight.” He discovered the island when looking for a location to shoot Through a Glass Darkly. Including Through a Glass Darkly, Bergman was to shoot six films and one television series on Fårö. He also made two documentary films about the island and its inhabitants: Fårö Document 1969 and Fårö Document 1979.