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Sad to watch, but it's better to get prepared to the final account of your life, and face an inevitable with an open visor.Published 3 months ago by Tanka
Other reviewers have done a splendid job depicting the nuances and deeper meaning of this film.
I found this movie both utterly depressing and simultaneously insightful on... Read more
Wonderful. Best if you watch Scenes from a Marriage first, but magnificent even if you have not seen Scenes.Published 5 months ago by Charles F. Behling
What to say about Bergman that hasn't already been said?
for me this again represents a formidable and unforgettable master of his craft, doing what he does best. Read more
This movie is the late Ingmar Bergman's swan song. And a fine song it is. With simple one- and two-person scenes Bergman presents the agony of a family drama, luridly depicting... Read morePublished on December 1, 2012 by Joyce
We return to the couple from `Scenes From a Marriage' 30 years later. They haven't seen
each other in all that time. Read more
... whether it be Eros or Agape, man and woman, parent and child, as Ingmar Bergman has forced us to perceive in film after film. Read morePublished on October 22, 2011 by Reviewer
At first, "Saraband" seems to be a sequel to "Scenes From a Marriage." The main characters are named Johan and Marianne, played by Erland Josephson and Liv Ullmann. Read morePublished on July 28, 2009 by Angry Mofo
Bergman is deeply aware of the gap that separates "saying" from "meaning". His characters always put honesty before consideration, and this is usually the drama they are faced... Read morePublished on March 22, 2009 by Brenno