Moisés Muiños’s review published on Letterboxd:
The opening scene... that I will never forget. So much is told in those first minutes, and the interesting part is that you will understand it a bit more once you’re about halfway in.
A great character study that brings up melancholy, trauma, desire, regret, and trust to the table. Bergman’s direction is exquisitely sophisticated, stylized, minimal, and gorgeous, a spectacle for the eye, not to mention the prolonged sequences of dialogue and confrontation.
A psychological drama that serves as a mirror for emotions. That “thing” we would’ve loved to have, loved to be, that’s someone else, and the realization of this idea can kill, kill you on the inside.