Wow, thanks for introducing me to this. Will go check it out.
One of the more "underrated" of Bergman, just tears me a new bee, grammars and intentional-errors and logical-sentences in the grammar and shadows blacker than moor that devastate in the most glorious ways, and the blanket of psychological that always existed; something of which always made for an appropriate showcasing, esp. in the '60's. The cliff scene(s); O! where the sea could've been seated itself, or the sea that ate itself, or like Hadrian's "animula vagula" or the way it ate the child's body. Then the ending. Nothing but resemblances of murderous Medusas revelling in the labyrinths of insanity with a kind of fistfilled sneer of ambiguity.
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