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Ingmar Bergman was a Swedish film director, widely perceived as one of the most important ever. He started his career at the theatre, but later came into the film world, where he was behind a range of great classics from the 1950s onwards. Amongst his best work are 'The Seventh Seal' (1957), 'Persona' (1966) and 'Fanny and Alexander' (1982). Bergman died on 30 July 2007, the same day one of Italy's biggest directors, Michelangelo Antonioni, passed away too.
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