The Magic Flute | Chicago Reader

The Magic Flute

Ingmar Bergman's mounting of the Mozart masterpiece is appealingly conventional—it's less an interpretation than a simple presentation (1974). As such, it plays reasonably well, despite the crude blocking and the hideous zooms that became the main feature of Bergman's style after Scenes From a Marriage. With Ulric Cold, Josef Kostlinger, and Irma Urrila. In Swedish with subtitles.


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