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  • By HUSKY
    March 20, 2014
    07:54 PM

    I've never been this excited for a release!! I can hardly wait until Tuesday!! Thank you Criterion for making my dreams come true!!
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  • By thevoid99
    March 20, 2014
    09:14 PM

    1. Liv Ullman & Bibi Andersson 2. Playing with the conventions of cinema and the idea of identity. 3. The richness of Sven Nykvist's camera.
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  • By Sidney
    March 20, 2014
    10:24 PM

    1) Liv Ullman & Bibi Andersson's beautiful madness. 2) Twisting, and tearing apart the cinematic rules of how movies are made. 3) The disturbing precision of Sven Nykvist's crisp, and chilling cinematography.
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  • By CINEMATIC
    March 21, 2014
    12:48 PM

    1 Bergman. 2 Bergman. 3 Bergman. Woody Allen may have been right !!!!!
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  • By Patrick
    March 21, 2014
    10:05 PM

    I've been waiting for this release for many years. This is a Criterion essential. Thank you!
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  • By Aaron Miller
    March 21, 2014
    10:34 PM

    1. . Liv Ullman & Bibi Andersson 2. Bergman 3. because it a masterpiece
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  • By NotInOurStars
    March 22, 2014
    12:10 PM

    If Criterion can get their hands on every Bergman film, that would be a box set to rival the 50 Years of Janus Films set.
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  • By Jose Pelaez
    March 26, 2014
    06:40 PM

    1) Ullman 2) Anderson 3) Bergman a master director pushing the medium to it's limits and beyond
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  • By Bintang Lestada
    March 27, 2014
    02:44 AM

    1) Liv Ullmann 2) The cinematography 3) The plot twist (as I noticed)
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  • By obscuredbyclouds
    August 22, 2014
    08:23 PM

    I miss these Three Reasons videos. I hope Criterion hasn't stopped making them. They always pique my interest.
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