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  1. riceball's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

  2. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

  3. tabsz's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

  4. Danny Mansfield's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    Liked it, but it didn't have enough conflict. It meanders through its run time. Beautiful film, though. I enjoyed it.

  5. Aulia Indry's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    Let's talk about life and love

  6. TZUHSIEN TANG's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

  7. Jim's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    ★★★½ / DCP / Bergman’s sentimental journey of an old man’s reflections of a long life coming to an end is bursting with deeply felt truths, grounded through the joyful performance by Sjostrom, who finds humanity in the cantankerous old man. Full of wondrous moments, the memories of youth, the hitchhikers, the empty award ceremony and that breathtaking final shot.

  8. Balthaz21's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

  9. Lars Åndheim's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    The final three images of this film never fail: the heartbreaking melancholy of existing as a temporal being. To be able to scrutinise the past, but never touch it.

  10. Sơn Phước's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    Melancholy and sad. I'll rewatch when I'm old.

  11. Tasha saraswati's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    The conflict and issue that is presented in this film is something to think about. I didn’t really enjoy the beginning part because the audio is sometimes really high, but maybe it was only in my screening.

  12. Igor Leoni's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

  13. Gerson Dudus's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    Amo essa frieza delicada do filme. A lenta dor boa de existir e se transformar, ainda que na iminência do fim . A mudança como lei imutável. E esse embate entre Deus e a Ciência , entre a Moral e o Desejo, com a Dor no centro de tudo. É no devir-criança que nos encontramos em pessoa.

  14. dionysus67's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    A masterful meditation about mortality and finitude, from cinema's most systematic dissector of it. Multiple 'deaths' appear here: Not only ageing, but also the 'death'of patriarchy (yet matriarchy is also the target) of 'Knowledge' versus Love, of 'Science' versus 'Nature' and, ultimately, of the death of God, as Isak 'experiences' crucifxion. The ephemeral joy of childhood is refracted as one of Life's last rays.

  15. Leif Erikson's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    When your were little you belived in Santa Claus, now you belive in God.

  16. lou.'s rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    Ma cosa posso dire, io, di questo capolavoro?

  17. Adora Dion's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    "Crimă şi pedeapsă"-like

  18. Korial's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    Bergman's account of human nature is witty, essential, and elegant.

  19. Mario C.'s rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    A melancholy but delicate film, which starts in a painful way but leaves us almost with a tender smile. In the end, in fact, it recounts the reconciliation with memories, in the form of a road-movie between dream and reality, present and past. Simply a classic, what else can you say?

  20. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    Masterpiece. First time you watch it, the movie just seems remarkable. Then when you watch it later in your life you say, "Oh crap! That's me."

  21. MisterColo93's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

  22. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    Interesting reflection and discussion about religion, people and life itself by the man who can deliver these kind of dialogue, Ingmar Bergman. Fantastic story that use flashbacks and dreams to tell about a life in retrospective. It is also light and endearing with Victor Sjöstrom being charming in the leading role.

  23. Nina J's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

  24. Thomas's rating of the film Wild Strawberries

    One of the most powerful opening scenes in cinema. Superb film, one of Bergman's strongest and impressive (and shortest).

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