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Very Good+ in Good+ jacket. Used. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Philip Mosley. INGMAR BERGMAN. The Cinema as Mistress. Marion Boyars Publishing. London/Hew Hampshire. 1981. FE. HC. Bound in black cloth with gilt lettered spine. 192 pgs with inidces on a fine bond paper. Illustrated with film stills. DJ evidence of a shelf wrinkle to back board else light edge wear. Does have shelf friction shine. Book is in VG+ condition. Light Head &Heel flap wear. Boards are clear of use. A light oxidation aging to paper edges. Biography of the famous Cinema virtuoso. Traced from Bergman's earliest days as a writer to his last film; Autumn Sonata. Bergaman affected a whole generation of cineasts with his themes of isolation, relationships, man's search for God and other highly personal ideology's.
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