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Simply put, one expecting to see the good guys waste the bad guys will be sorely disappointed.
It seems that their nation has been at war for some years with an invading country, or perhaps engaged in a civil war with rebels from another province.
There are many other allegorical levels at which this film plays, all of them valid interpretations.
I am collector of movies
The master Bergman shows the drama lived by the couple during the war, so amazing.
I refer to people who like to see cinema as the seventh art
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