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(Beröringen, Ingmar Bergman, 1971)
$6 members, students, seniors
$8 general public
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“Bergman’s forgotten masterpiece.”—Senses of Cinema
In addition to being his first English-language film, Bergman also called The Touch his first real love story. This emotionally complex, sensitively performed film begins when a chance encounter between a seemingly contented housewife (Bibi Andersson) and an intense American archaeologist (Elliott Gould) leads to a torrid and tempestuous affair, one that threatens her marriage to a respected local surgeon (Max von Sydow). While Gould might seem an unlikely choice for a Bergman film, his turn in this rarely screened, underappreciated drama remains one of the actor’s favorite performances. (115 mins., DCP)
Ingmar Bergman Foundation on The Touch
The Touch, image courtesy of Janus Films.
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