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Famed stage stress Elisabeth Vogler suffers a moment of blankness during a performance and the next day lapses into total silence. A nurse is put in charge of the actress and finds that that actress's persona is melding with hers.
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CRITICS OF "Persona"
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Scott Tobias
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April 07, 2014

[...]Persona marks a radical break for Bergman, an acknowledgment up front of the illusion and fundamental artifice of making movies.
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J. Hoberman
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July 23, 2013

[A] masterpiece.
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Richard Brody
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July 23, 2013

Bergman blends a theatrical subjectivity with a tactile visual intimacy, with his characters, the objects close at hand, and the superb coastal landscape.
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Derek Malcolm
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April 23, 2014

One of the most complicated and radical films even Bergman ever made.
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Pauline Kael
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April 07, 2016

[Bergman] gives us a movie within a movie, but he seems hardly to have made the enclosing movie, and then he throws away the inner one.
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Sean Axmaker
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April 03, 2014

The intimacy and the intensity of the camera's focus and the increasingly naked confessions and accusations in the dialogue create one of the most intense character pieces put on film.
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Dave Kehr
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July 30, 2007

Ingmar Bergman's best film, I suppose, though it's still fairly tedious and overloaded with avant-garde cliches.
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Eric Melin
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March 22, 2014

Persona probes the depths of the human psyche, even as it examines the ways in which people tell stories and create new realities. Its themes are timeless, and it still holds up today.
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Michael Wilmington
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July 23, 2013

One of the screen's supreme works and perhaps Ingmar Bergman's finest film.
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Phil Hall

August 08, 2014

This is the ultimate celluloid Rorschach test, where the production refuses to offer a straightforward solution to the maze of thorny challenges.
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