By Susan Sontag
In line with Edgardo Cozarinsky, the Argentine movie critic: "There is anything recognizably Scandinavian approximately Brother Carl: un-easy, perplexing exchanges among its characters, with brooding, ever-present nature surrounding them. The interaction of formal speech and undeniable silence remembers Dreyer's Gertrud (rather than Bergman's The Silence and Persona). On nearer inspection, although, it's not like the other Scandinavian movie. The miracles, in contrast to that during Dreyer's Ordet, will not be 'real' ones. yet they're the one sort those characters can come up with the money for. Brother Carl is an outsider's statement, with very own adaptations, on these motifs that filmgoers go along with the Scandinavian movie culture. and masses of its elusive fascination is determined by this versatile distance among fabric that can look customary and the clean glance that establishes its personal perspective."
Brother Carl was once shot in and round Stockholm in 1970 and had its international premier on the Cannes movie pageant in 1971. It was once exhibits on the San Francisco, Chicago, and London movie fairs, and had its U.S. theatrical superior in 1972.
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