What I like in Bergman, then it depends on — he has very different films of course, different kinds of films. But what I really like in him is his ruthless effort to describe the real relations with the people. And I think sometimes he’s very wrong. There are films that I really don’t like. I don’t like Autumn Sonata for example. I don’t like the way he’s describing the relation between the mother and daughter. For me, it’s not very successful. For me, it’s very stereotypic in fact, and I don’t think any woman could describe this relation. But in some other works, works such as Cries and Whispers, I feel that the ruthlessness is very real, and I’m really interested in that.