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I saw this movie in film class. Of all ther Ingmar bergman movies, this film is my personal favorite. It's a movie about life and death, and the movie is so full of life. It's a conflict between man and death over a chess game, and I love the way that the movie's being filmed. In black and white. No color, perfect in black and white. A knight from Sweden searches for the meaning of religion and death. I came away with plenty from this movie. I saw that movie in film class in 1995 and I would love to see it again.
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