In 1966, after a hallucination in a hospital room, legendary Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman got the idea for "Persona," a film about personality, humanity and the doubtfullness of general existence. This is Bergman's best film ever, as it paints a vivid and visceral portrait of human life and shattered personalities. Some of the film's imagery is troubling and shocking, and the visual language of the movie speaks volumes about the human psyche. Bergman's best creation, this fantastic film is right up there with Citizen Kane, The Godfather, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Casablanca, Apocalypse Now, There Will Be Blood, Network, Goodfellas and Un Chien Andalou as one of the ten best movies in all cinematic creation. Astounding.