"I had always felt technically crippled—insecure with the crew, the cameras, the sound equipment—everything. Sometimes a film succeeded, but I never got what I wanted to get. But in Summer Interlude, I suddenly felt that I knew my profession. For me Summer Interlude is one of my most important films. Even though to an outsider it may seem terribly passé, for me it isn’t. This was my first film in which I felt I was functioning independently, with a style of my own, making a film all my own, with a particular appearance of its own, which no one could ape. It was like no other film. It was all my own work. Suddenly I knew I was putting the camera on the right spot, getting the right results; that everything added up. For sentimental reasons, too, it was also fun making it.”
- Ingmar Bergman in 1971
RASTROS DE ÓDIO (THE SEARCHERS/John Ford/1956)
O que impede o protagonista de cruzar a soleira de uma porta aberta, lar adentro, como se não…
♣ Em construção. Scott, Ridley
Prometheus fans should check this colossal gallery containing design work, storyboards and some new uploads that might even be linked to the sequel.