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    Latest newsletter clue. Those are some pretty Magnificent Ampersands.

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    Andrei Rublev is stunning, perhaps Tarkovksy's best? Scenes from a Marriage is intense and obviously My Man Godfrey is awesome.

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    September's UK releases
    Cold Water (on the 10th)
    My Man Godfrey (on the 17th)

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    what's everyone getting for the July 2018 Barnes and Noble Criterion 50% off sale? I am not sure what I'll get, but hopefully I can pick up 2 or 3 DVD's, I'd like to get for sure Night of the Living Dead at least.

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    Dietrich and von Sternberg in Hollywood box set and Dragon Inn are the two I'm definitely picking up. If the budget allows I'll also pick up Age of Innocence, An Actor's Revenge, and The Virgin Suicides.

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    I'll be picking up Ichikawa's AN ACTOR'S REVENGE, Schrader's MISHIMA: A LIFE IN FOUR CHAPTERS and Lino Brocka's MANILLA IN THE CLAWS OF LIGHT.
    "only the simplest can accommodate the most complex"

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    latest newsletter clue. Notorious

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    Coming in November: Ingmar Bergman's Cinema


    In honor of Ingmar Bergman’s one-hundredth birthday, the Criterion Collection is proud to present the most comprehensive collection of his films ever released on home video. One of the most revelatory voices to emerge from the postwar explosion of international art-house cinema, Bergman was a master storyteller who startled the world with his stark intensity and naked pursuit of the most profound metaphysical and spiritual questions. The struggles of faith and morality, the nature of dreams, and the agonies and ecstasies of human relationships—Bergman explored these subjects in films ranging from comedies whose lightness and complexity belie their brooding hearts to groundbreaking formal experiments and excruciatingly intimate explorations of family life.

    Arranged as a film festival with opening and closing nights bookending double features and centerpieces, this selection spans six decades and thirty-nine films—including such celebrated classics as The Seventh Seal, Persona, and Fanny and Alexander alongside previously unavailable works like Dreams, The Rite, and Brink of Life. Accompanied by a 248-page book with essays on each program, as well as by more than thirty hours of supplemental features, Ingmar Bergman’s Cinema traces themes and images across Bergman’s career, blazing trails through the master’s unequaled body of work for longtime fans and newcomers alike.
    Special Features

    Thirty-nine films, including eighteen never before released by Criterion
    Digital restorations, including a new 4K restoration of The Seventh Seal and new 2K restorations of Shame, The Touch, Waiting Women, and The Serpent’s Egg, among many others, with uncompressed monaural and stereo soundtracks
    Introductions to eleven of the films by director Ingmar Bergman
    Six audio commentaries featuring film scholars Peter Cowie and Birgitta Steene
    Over five hours of interviews with Bergman
    Interviews with many of Bergman’s key collaborators, including actors Bibi Andersson, Harriet Andersson, Ingrid Bergman, Erland Josephson, Gunnel Lindblom, Liv Ullmann, and Max von Sydow and cinematographer Sven Nykvist
    Daniel and Karin’s Face, two rarely seen documentary shorts by Bergman
    Documentaries about the making of Autumn Sonata, Fanny and Alexander, The Magic Flute, The Serpent’s Egg, The Touch, and Winter Light
    Extensive programs about Bergman’s life and work, including Bergman Island, . . . But Film Is My Mistress, Laterna Magica, Liv & Ingmar, and others
    Behind-the-scenes footage, video essays, trailers, stills galleries, and more
    PLUS: A lavishly illustrated 248-page book, featuring essays on the films by critics, scholars, and authors including Cowie, Alexander Chee, Molly Haskell, Karan Mahajan, Fernanda Solórzano, and many others; selections from Bergman’s own writing and remarks on his work; and detailed guides to the feature films and supplements included in the set
    Here are the films included:
    Crisis
    A Ship to India
    Port of Call
    Thirst
    To Joy
    Summer Interlude
    Waiting Women
    Summer with Monika
    Sawdust and Tinsel
    A Lesson in Love
    Dreams
    Smiles of a Summer Night
    The Seventh Seal
    Wild Strawberries
    Brink of Life
    The Magician
    The Virgin Spring
    The Devil's Eye
    Through a Glass Darkly
    Winter Light
    The Silence
    All These Women
    Persona
    Hour of the Wolf
    Shame
    The Rite
    The Passion of Anna
    Faro Document
    The Tough
    Cries and Whispers
    Scenes from a Marriage
    The Magic Flute
    The Serpent's Egg
    Autumn Sonata
    Faro Document 1979
    From the Life of the Marionettes
    Fanny and Alexander - The Theatrical Version
    Fanny and Alexander - The Television Version
    After the Rehearsal
    Saraband
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    A couple more future Criterion releases:
    MORTE A VENEZIA (DEATH IN VENICE)
    by LUCHINO VISCONTI (Italy, France, USA, 1971, 130’, COL.)
    restoration: Cineteca di Bologna and Istituto Luce - Cinecittà in collaboration with Warner Bros. and The Criterion Collection

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    SOME LIKE IT HOT
    by BILLY WILDER (USA, 1959, 121', B/W)
    restoration: Park Circus in collaboration with Metro Goldwyn Mayer and The Criterion Collection

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