Three women in a maternity ward reveal their lives and intimate thoughts to each other while in a maternity ward together, where they face the choice of keeping their babies or offering them for adoption.
Tag Archives: Ingrid Thulin
La cage / The Cage (1975) Pierre Granier-Deferre, Lino Ventura, Ingrid Thulin, William Sabatier, Drama, Thriller
La corta notte delle bambole di vetro / Short Night of Glass Dolls (1971) Aldo Lado, Ingrid Thulin, Jean Sorel, Mario Adorf, Horror, Mystery
Tystnaden / The Silence (1963) Ingmar Bergman, Ingrid Thulin, Gunnel Lindblom, Birger Malmsten, Drama
Foreign Intrigue (1956) Sheldon Reynolds, Robert Mitchum, Geneviève Page, Ingrid Thulin, Drama, Mystery, Romance
Return from the Ashes (1965) J. Lee Thompson, Maximilian Schell, Samantha Eggar, Ingrid Thulin, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Stanislaus Pilgrin, a Polish chess master and handsome gigolo, marries wealthy Jewish widow, Dr. Michele Wolf, an X-ray technician and has an affair with her step-daughter, Fabienne and then plots to murder them both in a scheme that will have him inherit their money.
La casa del sorriso / The House of Smiles (1998) Marco Ferreri, Ingrid Thulin, Dado Ruspoli, Enzo Cannavale, Drama, Romance
Adelina, a former “Miss Smiles” beauty queen, is a resident at a senior citizen retirement home. Her joie de vie and unfaded beauty make her attractive to the male residents, especially Andrea, a dapper and charming but married septuagenarian. Their initial mutual attraction evolves into physical desire, but their families and the conservative culture of the institution conspire against their consummating their love.
Nattvardsgästerna / Winter Light (1963) Ingmar Bergman, Ingrid Thulin, Gunnar Björnstrand, Gunnel Lindblom, Drama
On a cold winter’s Sunday, the pastor of a small rural church (Tomas Ericsson) performs service for a tiny congregation; though he is suffering from a cold and a severe crisis of faith. After the service, he attempts to console a fisherman (Jonas Persson) who is tormented by anxiety, but Tomas can only speak about his own troubled relationship with God. A school teacher (Maerta Lundberg) offers Tomas her love as consolation for his loss of faith. But Tomas resists her love as desperately as she offers it to him. This is the second in Bergman’s trilogy of films dealing with man’s relationship with God.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1962) Vincente Minnelli, Glenn Ford, Ingrid Thulin, Charles Boyer, Drama, War
In Argentina, the family man Julio Madariaga is the patriarch of his family and considers his farm the paradise on Earth. One of his daughters, Luisa Desnoyers, has married the Frenchman immigrant Marcelo Desnoyers and they have one son, the playboy Julio, and one daughter, the gorgeous student of Sorbonne Chi Chi. His other daughter, Elena von Hartrott, has married the German Karl von Hartrott, and they have three sons: Heinrich, Gustav and Franz. In 1938, Heinrich returns from Germany for a family reunion and when he tells that he has joined the SS, the displeased Julio Madariaga has a heart attack and dies. When France is occupied by the Germans, the family reunites in Paris and Franz is the Nazi administrator in France. The alienated Julio has a studio where he paints, and has a love affair with Marguerite Laurier, the wife of the owner of a newspaper Etienne Laurier that is fighting in Belgium. Meanwhile Chi Chi joins the French resistance and is arrested.