Ingmar Bergman died yesterday at the age of 89, something that didn't go unnoticed by The Swedish Pirate Bay. On bergmanbits.com we read:
"As big fans of Bergman's work, we decided to make a tribute site to the films he created and we all love. We want to help people share these works and hope that even though Ingmar is no longer with us more people will experience the films and enjoy them as much as we have."
The Pirate Bay and friends are know for their responses to recent events. Earlier this year they launched Oscartorrents, with links to all the Academy Award nominees, and EurovisionTorrents, a similar project for the Eurovision song contest. OscarTorrents, the pirate alternative for the Academy Awards turned out to be a great success with Pan's Labyrinth as the big winner.
Bergmanbits: in memory of Ernst Ingmar Bergman (14 July 1918 - 30 July 2007). (via)