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It’s a toss-up which was more entertaining: this film, or the reviews of it I looked at afterwards.Because The Wind that Shakes the Barley is about the the Irish War of Independence, and the English behaved like monsters during it.

It doesn’t take long before the two are doing the rumpy-pumpy behind the husband’s back.

This is the second of a batch of Bergman DVDs I bought recently.

It is, like many, perhaps most, of Bergman’s films, about marriage.

The film opens in the present, with a young woman called Az deciding it is time to return to her home village to lay some ghosts.

The film slips in and out of the present and Az’s childhood, as it tells her story.

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