Skrivet 11 Dec 2012


'Bibi's right,' Bergman noted in his journal in 1956, 'I've done enough comedies. It's time for something else. I mustn't let myself get scared off any more. It's better to do this than a bad comedy. I don't give a damn about the money.'

The result was The Seventh Seal, and the manuscript was dedicated to the person who talked him out of his apparent slaphappiness and into the gloom that would bring him world-fame: Bibi Andersson.

Till Bibi, Bibi Andersson, Det sjunde inseglet, manus, detalj