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Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 4, No. 1, December 1978 - January 1979 - Page 24. December 1978 - January 1979. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. February 23, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/884/show/879.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 4, No. 1, December 1978 - January 1979
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Date December 1978 - January 1979
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Transcript Ingrid Bergman, left, who plays Liv Ullman's, right, mother in Autumn Sonata says the film is "about a mother and daughter and their misunderstandings." The mother (a successful concert pianist) visits the daughter (the wife of a clergyman). Carrying enormous hatred, they put their cards on the table, accusing one another of everything that's happened over the years. Swedish Director Ingmar Bergman describes the film's inner theme as love-"the presence and absence, the longing for love...love as our sole chance of survival." He says the film has been in his mind for years; " I have never been a daughter myself, obviously, but I have known quite a few, and I have always realised that the mother-and-daughter relationship is not at all similar to that of a father-and-daughter. Perhaps because of their education-and this is my personal opinion-women are more afraid than men to show their agressive feelings, they suppress them, but they go deep all the same. And in the relationship the mother may identify herself with the daughter, the daughter with the mother. Generally a father and son are more outspoken to each other, their relationship is not so complicated. In away it is strange that the subject is so little dealt with, both in literature and on film." Ingrid Bergman made what she confidently called "My last film" for Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, (left) It took 13 years to happen from the time they first met and discussed working together. "Bergman has an amazing effect on people's work—they are much better in his movies than they are with other directors." A bonus of Autumn Sonata was working in her native Swedish. Of the modern cinema she says "The films of today don't suit me one bit ... I can play mothers and grandmothers and old witches, and those parts are not always very interesting to do." In a sense Bergman sees Autumn Sonata as the logical conclusion to her film career. "My first film in American was Intermezzo and I played a concert pianist. Now I'm playing a concert pianist in Autumn Sonata. My career has come full circle." /"Autumn Sonata is now showing at the Greenway Plaza Theatre, see page 26.). We're working to make Houston a city of neighbors! If you feel you have received different treatment in any aspect of housing because of your race, sex, national origin or religion, contact the City of Houston's Fair Housing Division at 222-5411. fl 24 HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH DECEMBER/JANUARY 1979