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The Touch

Seven years before Woody Allen started cornering the English-language Bergman market with Interiors, the brooding Swedish master tried his hand at it and came up with this Swedish-American color production (1971). Most American critics were horrified that he cast Elliott Gould, but Gould isn't at all bad, and neither is Bibi Andersson, playing a woman who leaves her doctor husband (Max von Sydow) for Gould. Not exactly Bergman at his best, but still well worth a look.

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