In Ingmar Bergman's 1948 film, Berit, a suicidal young woman living in the working-class port town of Göteborg, unexpectedly falls for Gösta, a sailor on leave. Haunted by a troubled past and held in a vice grip by her domineering mother, Berit begins to hope that her relationship with Gösta might save her from self-destruction. A rare work of social criticism, PORT OF CALL screens alongside CRISIS as one of two earliest films in this retrospective.
INGMAR BERGMAN FILM CLUB: Three casual conversations (no dedicated speaker) following three Bergman films. Free with any Bergman film ticket stub. Capacity limited. Takes place on Sat, Mar 10, 1:45pm (following 12:00pm SUMMER WITH MONIKA); Sun, Mar 18, 2:15pm (following 12:40pm PERSONA); Sat, Mar 25, 4:25pm (following 2:30pm PORT OF CALL).
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