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The Magic Flute

The Magic Flute

The Magic Flute is Ingmar Bergman’s 1975 film description of Mozart’s opera Die Zauberflte. Ingmar Bergman has never by now made a movie so hot, happy and beatific as this version of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.” It’s as if all this joy has been building occurring inside him during the pure decade of metaphysical films arrival taking into account “Persona.” It’s been 10 years back he made a comedy (the deafening “All These Women”) and 20 years by now he made a supreme one (“Smiles of a Summer Night”), and now here’s something to create you think he specialized in comic opera.

His “Magic Flute” is directed behind a gay trace for its fairy-metaphor adventures, its youth lovers and sinister sorcerers and improbable special effects. To film it, he arranged to stay in the period, to admission the do something head not quite and in its own excitement as a sort of spooky, funny bedtime description.

The Magic Flute

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