Stockholm: Svensk Filmindustri [SF], 1970. Vintage black-and-white borderless double weight Swedish press photograph from the 1971 film, shot in 1970. Stamps on the verso for the Pressens Bild Ab Feature-Service in Sweden, as well as a Swedish mimeo snipe describing the scene, dated October 1970 and crediting still photographer Jorgen Persson, and a subsequent French press stamp.
Pictured left to right are Elliott Gould, Bibi Andersson, Bergman, and Nykvist, preparing an outdoor scene by a still lake.
Bergman's first English language film, shot in England and Sweden, and his first film to involve a major American actor (Elliott Gould), working alongside Bergman regulars Max von Sydow and Bibi Andersson. A seemingly happy Swedish housewife and mother (Andersson), living in the United States, begins an adulterous affair with a foreign archaeologist (Gould) who is working near her home, an emotionally scarred survivor of the Holocaust.
8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.