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After ten films, Bergman came of age by making one of the best films ever made about youth.
The booklet helps the viewer to dissect much of the film, including the reasons Bergman chose the particular setting and the irony of the title 'Sommarlek'.
For many people, to love at a young age and to see that love taken away is a painful experience.
One of Bergman's best. A must see for romantics who love films about lost love and that one time in your life you felt most vibrant and alive.
This is an early work by Bergmann. Incipiently it
shows and takes up many of the themes of his
later movies. It is a delight. A largely unknown delight.
Saw the film in 1960 and was first Bergman film I saw (and loved).
Had given up hope on ever seeing it again, but Criterion did a
superb job restoring it. Read more
They've been showing a huge number of Bergman films on Film4 on British TV. So, rather than buy a load of his movies, I have been taping them so I can watch them at my leisure, as... Read morePublished 20 months ago by T. S. C.
A strangely beautiful, sentimental movie, perhaps what one would call "maudlin". There are many premonitions of the masterpieces to follow notably "Wild... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Dr. John E. Spivey
This movie was made by Ingmar Bergman, one of the greatest film makers in history. This was his tenth film and the first that showed the greatness to come. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by Tony Marquise Jr.
Maybe it's because I first saw this film when I was 16 myself, but having seen it again every ten years over the last 40 years, I find the it holds up well. Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by Mr. Willett Richard
(Review based on the Criterion release on DVD - checked out from local library with included booklet and original case)
I have been a Bergman fan for years. Read more
This film is best watched in the context of Bergman's later work. Many themes and motifs Bergman was to develop more fully later are present here. Read morePublished on June 8, 2012 by Faulkner & Joyce Fan