Cinema: Imports

Interlude (Westport International), a story of despairing patients in a T.B. sanatorium, was one of the last Swedish-made movies to star Viveca Lindfors before she was imported to Hollywood by Warner Bros. Viveca gives great warmth to an otherwise chilly semidocumentary. Hasse Ekman, who helped write the screenplay, directed and played the lead, shrewdly explores the often depressing theme: the patients, feeling that they have been played a dirty trick, by fate, gradually transfer their resentments to the doctors and nurses who are trying to heal them.

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