The Magician
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'The Magician' Has Many Ideas Cooking, But Not All Are Fully Baked and Ready for Consumption | 14 Oct 2010 // 5:00 PM

The Magician fits in a niche among Ingmar Bergman's underrated works, examining religious folklore, magic, and the palpable tensions that seethe between the old pagan ways and the new world's rigid Christian order.

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