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This film is art so filling it is almost raw.
Harry's life starts to feel like Henry Spencer's existence in Eraserhead, as he is forced to find time to study, work, support his family, and take care of his baby.
Beyond the two main characters we don't get to know anyone else in this story to any depth at all.
Was barely able to stay awake. wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
Don't waste you time. The dialogue was boring, slow, and not much interacting.
Technically satisfactory. The blue ray version would not play in my region. Unmistakably IB, the acting perhaps a little gauche?Published 12 months ago by Dr. John E. Spivey
I think nobody wants to dislike this because it's Ingmar Bergman.
Monika is not complex or interesting or particularly sexy or even actually free-spirited: She's just a... Read more
Yes, I first saw this film 30 years ago with my love affair with the artist Bergman. Ingmar Bergman is the Film Artist illustrer par l'exemple. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sean Elfyn Cairne
Bergman is perhaps one of those artists that you either love or perhaps quite like; maybe some people hate his films. Read morePublished 17 months ago by T. S. C.
Great print, I can understand in part the Allen connects with Bergman's themes. Great love story. Woody adds humor that makes the missanhropic medicine go down in the most... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Richard Gary Rogers
One of the things I love most about Blu-ray is that films from the 50s and earlier can be brought back to life. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Steven Aldersley
Many do consider this the first major film of Bergman, but I feel that Sommerlek (Summer Interlude) would technically qualify as his first breakthrough. Read morePublished on August 22, 2012 by Christopher Barrett