on the screen
"To me the Swedish summer is full of sensual pleasures, particularly June leading up to midsummer. But especially July and the first half of August I find to be a terrible torment with the sun blazing down day after day.
It’s far too hot and the sunlight gives me claustrophobia. My nightmares are always saturated with glaring sunlight.
I hate Southern climates where I’m exposed to incessant sunlight. A vast, cloudless sky frightens me. It feels like the world is about to perish.”
- Ingmar Bergman
With Isak Borg’s dream in Wild Strawberries and the flashback of Frost the clown’s humiliation in Sawdust and Tinsel being the most famous examples Bergman would often use scenes of the bleached out sunlit vistas and hot wide sun drenched streets he himself despised to underline his characters’ feelings of unease, dread and trepidation…
Sem mencionar A Hora do Lobo, com assassinato e creepy things numa ensolarada tarde de verão@