Wed, 4 May 2016
In 1957, Swedish Filmmaker released The Seventh Seal into international theaters and became an instant icon of European cinema. The film about a knight and his squire traversing a Black Plague-riddled Sweden while playing a fate-deciding game of chess created countless knockoff and would provide some of the longest-lasting images ever put to film. But does the film deserve a pass or should it be taken away in a dance of despair? Eric, Kent & Lobster find out.