Joshua Dysart’s review published on Letterboxd:
Max von Sydow was twenty-seven years old when he starred in one of the greatest films ever made. He died today. He was ninety. This is a movie about death.
My wife found out the lump on her throat was benign today and then I watched this movie for the first time in probably twenty years while waiting for her to come home from work so I could give her a kiss. This is a movie about life.
Death cheats at chess. Life cheats at death.
The Max von Sydow project starts now.