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Autumn Sonata (Ingmar Bergman, France/West Germany/Sweden, 1978)

Bergman’s casting coup lives up to expectations. Ingrid Bergman and Liv Ullmann invest their roles with undeniable emotional conviction and impact.
— Gary Arnold, Washington Post

Ingrid Bergman's last big screen role was as Charlotte Andergast: a celebrated classical pianist who pays a visit to her daughter after an absence of seven years. Liv Ulman plays her neglected daughter, Eva, and over the course of Charlotte's stay tension builds, until a nightly conversation releases all the things the pair have wanted to tell each other. Ingrid Bergman earnt herself an Oscar nomination for her performance and the film won a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Film.