THEATER: On Broadway, Jun. 20, 1960



Dreams (Swedish). In the second installment of Director Ingmar Bergman's lewdly hilarious trilogy (the others: A Lesson in Love, Smiles of a Summer Night), the war between the sexes rages in full fury, with the female proving, to Bergman's obvious delight, the far more cunning and vigorous specimen.

The Apartment. This funniest Hollywood comedy since Some Like It Hot (made by the same duet: Producer-Director Billy Wilder and Writer I.A.L. Diamond) packs a sharp moral without stooping to moralizing, as it traces the rise of an organization man (Jack Lemmon) who turns his...

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