Beverly Hills, CA: United Artists, 1961. Vintage borderless black-and-white still photograph from the French release of the 1961 film. Featuring Ingrid Bergman holding up Anthony Perkins as he seems to be falling backwards outside of a large doorway. From the Tele Cine Documentation archive, originally known as the Collection Daniel Bouteiller, with their sticker to the verso. Also on the verso is the rubber stamp of Maurice Bessy, from whose archives the photo originally came, alongside another small rubber stamp and light holograph annotations in ink.
Based on the 1959 novel "Aimez-vous Brahms?" by Francoise Sagan. Ingrid Bergman is the mistress of a philandering business executive who refuses to change his ways, until Bergman begins seeing the son of one of his wealthy clients, played by Anthony Perkins. Fresh from his role as Norman Bates in Hitchcock's "Psycho," Perkins shines as a charming, aimless bachelor in what would be one of the few non-typecast characters of his career. Nominated for the Palme d'Or at Cannes, where Anthony Perkins also won Best Actor.
6.75 x 9 inches.