1951 *** 96 mins.
Although this film was a bit of a turning point in Bergman's career, creatively, it's not a very memorable film, fading into the background of his better, more famous works. It's still worth a viewing for the dedicated fan, though. Maj-Britt Nilsson plays Marie, a ballet dancer who remembers one wonderful summer with a young man, while living through her dull present. As I said, nothing special, but worth at least one viewing.
Original theatrical aspect ratio: 1.37:1
Ingmar Bergman and Herbert Grevenius
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