Because Bergman is a man who loves women without identifying with them, his film is full of the sort of wonder and speculation experienced by a tourist in a strange land that he knows well, but that will never be his own.
— Vincent Canby in his Dec. 22, 1972 review for the New York Times

Because Bergman is a man who loves women without identifying with them, his film is full of the sort of wonder and speculation experienced by a tourist in a strange land that he knows well, but that will never be his own.

— Vincent Canby in his Dec. 22, 1972 review for the New York Times