Ingmar Bergman made the film possibly most associated with his name, Persona, in 1966. The story explores a young nurse's life and awakening as her personality begins to merge with another woman. Starring Bibi Andersson and Liv Ullmann, Persona, in possibly the best film opening of all time, opens with disjointed images of camera equipment, animal slaughter, and a boy in a hospital bed next to corpses, which pulls the audience in immediately. Initially, the audience has no idea what's going on, which is precisely my kind of film. The film seemed to have touches of the emerging French New Wave, which was also fun for me, as that is my favorite film genre. Having seen Mulholland Drive before Persona, I couldn't help but see the many similarities the two films share. An experimental romp with Ingmar Bergman, Persona is undoubtedly one of Bergman's most well-known films and it is easy to see why.