The Best Intentions
Den goda viljan

The Best Intentions - Den goda viljan
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L

another Bergman masterpiece

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Chris

a not-so-different story about another family of which people are brought together to learn how to love unconditionally. That is, if they don't quit and take the easy way out.

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Francine

A great film for rounding out TIFF's recent (October through December) retrospective of Bergman's oeuvre.

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Marilynn

3 hours of pure Bergman magic; beautifully cast, so many levels of emotions and desires, Sweden is breath-taking, even in that deadly winter! I will remember Petrus for a long time.

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Ruth

Costumes, set decoration, locations and historical details are superb, as are the actors.

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