Saturday, April 27
(1963) In a stiflingly hot foreign city seemingly on the brink of war, sisters Ingrid Thulin and Gunnel Lindblom are trapped in a deserted hotel, unable to speak the language or bear each other’s presence. The most overtly allegorical of Bergman’s works and the final statement of the “God and Man” trilogy. Despite – or perhaps because of – censorship battles for its overt eroticism, a giant box office success. DCP. Approx. 95 min.
Part of Ingmar Bergman’s God and Man Trilogy.