Critiquing Film, Television, and More

Quickie: Ingmar Bergman’s Winter Light (1963)

Winter Light or: How I Learned to Stop Loving the Cross and Hate the World.

As a confident Agnostic, which then translates into a non-confident believer if you get my drift, I appreciated Ingmar Bergman’s take on religion, faith, doubt, suppression, death, and what-have-you. I wasn’t all too imbued in the occasionally digressive narrative however, but I can say that I was generally pleased by the concise picture.

Verdict: C+

“Winter Light” is now available to rent and buy on YouTube, Vudu, and The Criterion Channel. 

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