The Seventh Seal
A medieval allegory of faith and doubt, The Seventh Seal contains the horrors of witch-burnings and plague, yet also features flashes of peace and joy. Each volume in the "BFI Film Classics" series contains a personal commentary on the film, a brief production history and a detailed filmography.
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