If the venerating coverage surrounding Ingmar Bergman's death in July helped at all to pull the Swedish master back into favor, his sumptuous, haunting, and unusually tender 1982 magnum opus—presented for the first time theatrically in its original five-hour-plus television cut—should play to full houses as the first must-see of 2008. Intended by Bergman as his autumnal farewell to cinema, the thematic and practiced summation of an already ... More >>>