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Ingmar Bergman built a house on the island of Fr in the Baltic Sea in the sixties. He went to live there after leaving Sweden. The house was preserved after he died. A group of very special cinephiles from all over the world have traveled to Fr in search of the genius. An edited version of the Swedish mini-series.
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