Ingrid Bergman and Olaf Widgren get scandalous in June Night.
The Swedish movies were all made only a few years prior to Ingrid Bergman’s (Casablanca) arrival in Hollywood in 1939 at the behest of producer David Selznick. He brought her to America to star in Intermezzo: A Love Story, a remake of the 1936 Swedish film Intermezzo, which is one of the films in this collection.
Here’s some info on Ingrid Bergman in Sweden’s three films:
Intermezzo (Gustaf Molander, 1936) – An aspiring classical pianist (Bergman) falls in love with a famed — but married — concert violinist.
A Woman’s Face (Gustaf Molander, 1938) – A psychological drama wherein Bergman plays a woman whose bitterness over a