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Your rating is two numbers off. Try again.:)The b...

2007-06-02T16:00:00.000-04:00

Your rating is two numbers off. Try again.:)

The bookends serve as an encapsulation of all of Bergman's work prior to Persona: the God-Spider from Through a Glass Darkly, images from a 50s Bergman film, film unwinding and restarting, and the child not cognitive between image and reality.

The sex monologue, as you noted with your reference to Zizek, is legendary in its eroticism. Pay it more respect.

The only thing you can attack in the repeating end monologue seen from each perspective, as I'm still trying to formulate a good reasoning for it. That said, I'll be writing about this one soonish...

Paul