What if, one day, you paid for a movie ticket with, say, Martin Scorsese’s face on the bill? Or paid your waiter with Stanley Kubricks? Well, the people of Sweden have their most famous auteur on the face of their money now. On Wednesday, Sweden’s Rishbank announced the new faces that were going to be printed on their bills, one of which included celebrated Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, reports The Local. The man behind such searing and potent dramas as WILD STRAWBERRIES, THE SEVENTH SEAL, FANNY AND ALEXANDER, and many more staples in world cinema landed his visage on the 200 note kroner. To join Bergman to face the money is the iconic Greta Garbo, one of the most famous actresses during the Golden Age of Hollywood, making Smokey appearances in ANNA CHRISTIE and NINNOTCHKA. The bills will be introduced at the earliest in 2014/2015.