Ansikte mot ansikte (1976)
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Now when I see Face to Face, I remember an old farce with Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, and Dorothy Lamour. It's called The Road to Morocco. They have been shipwrecked and come floating on a raft in front of a projected New York in the background. In the final scene, Bob Hope throws himself to the ground and begins to scream and foam at the mouth. The others stare at him in astonishment and ask what in the world he is doing. He immediately calms down and says, 'This is how you have to do it if you want to win an Oscar.' When I see Face to Face and Liv Ullmann's incredibly loyal effort on my behalf, I still can't help thinking of The Road to Morocco."
– Ingmar Bergman, Images: My Life in Film
Ullman gives 110% here. Is it just me, or was the party scene supposed to be a mockery of Christianity?
The reason why I love Bergman so much, is because he is the only director who can disturbs my emotions and feeling like no other director does
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This movie ranks #279 in The Best 1,000 Movies Ever Made
This movie ranks #328 in Halliwell's Top 1000: The Ultimate Movie Countdown