FRI – 10-9-2015 – 6:30 PM
$10 ($7 ASF Members)
2015 marks the centennial of Ingrid Bergman’s birth (1915-1982). One of Scandinavia’s most beloved actresses and one of the most celebrated figures in cinematic history, Bergman’s name is synonymous with Hollywood’s lamented Golden Age and iconic classics like Casablanca (1942) and Notorious (1946).
Comprised of three films, this mini-series focuses on the brief, but fruitful period that produced several classic films in Bergman’s native Sweden that capture her radiant screen presence prior to arriving in Hollywood.
Directed by Gustaf Molander (Sweden, 1938). Dollar is based on the play by Hjalmar Bergman in which a gambling debt at a yacht club causes as series comic misunderstandings. Actress Julia Balzar (Ingrid Bergman) is married to the industrial tycoon Kurt Balzar (Georg Rydeberg).
While vacationing with two other upper-crust couples who are plagued by their own marital troubles, Julia must sell her husband’s company to save his reputation and his company.
78 min. | In Swedish with English subtitles.