CINEMA: Time Listings, Apr. 4, 1960

A Lesson in Love (Swedish). The most natural and robust of Writer-Director Ingmar Bergman's comedies is full of lucky directorial hits and preposterous misses, with marital fidelity the central subject up for dissection.

The Magician (Swedish). Also under the eye and hand of Ingmar Bergman, a magician of the 19th century comes alive to haunt audiences of the 20th.

The Poacher's Daughter. Being a rustic Irish comedy, the film is a pack of delightful lies: white lies, green lies, slick, sly, funny lies—every one as harmless as the tine of a hayfork. With...

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