Over at Battleship Pretension
, I get the distinct pleasure of discussing
The Criterion Collection's new Blu-ray release of Ingmar Bergman's Summer with Monika
. This is the third time I've written about
the 1953 film, which is a little baffling insofar as Bergman is perhaps my favorite director and there are probably a dozen of his films I prefer to it, but it's also pretty okay with me because Summer with Monika
is freaking awesome.
Elsewhere on the same site, Aaron Pinkston takes a look
at Criterion's concurrent release of Summer Interlude
, a film I've also written
about and is well worth your time.
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