Part of me or perhaps a lot of me has a profound dislike for logical and deductive reasoning. I rely upon it for the majority of the day. Language should be so freeing and discursive.
Quintet is a game. Its rules are never formally announced in the film. I ain't going to ask Sartre for a ruling neither. Vivia, Brigitte Fossey, and Ambrosia, Bibi Andersson, are wonderful characters and both actresses give wonderful performances.
This futuristic film feels set on a film set and looks like it. Even the snow feels artificial. Some beautiful quiet and vulnerable moments, mostly with Newman with Fossey and Andersson.
One film left in the vacation.