Ingmar Bergman’s Loney Remote Exile

He lives on the remotest island in the Baltic Sea, and it takes considerable effort to get there. “This is where the 88-year-old Ingmar Bergman, one of the legends of world cinema, is spending his last days. He first came to the island more than 40 years ago, scouting locations for Through A Glass Darkly (1961) and fell in love with Faro. Within moments of arriving, he had decided he wanted to live here.”