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Swedish flick is a superb offering for movie goers

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I sat mesmerized for two hours this past weekend, eyes glued to the screeening of Simon and the Oaks...a saga of little known wartime history (WW II). The script, the scenes, the acting, the twists and turns, the continuous poignancy...all add up to a most intriguing film from the country of Ingmar Bergman, Liv Uhlman, Max Von Sydow, Ingrid Bergman and the Girl with the Dragon Tatoo. I classify it as a 2K flick (2 Kleenex packages, minimum!). Enjoy.

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