Cinema: A Loving Mother

Night Games. Mai Zetterling is a Swedish cinemactress who in middle age has ventured to look through the other end of the lens. In Loving Couples she saw Sweden as the land of the midnight fun. In Night Games she sees it as a heap of moral garbage. The film as a result made a certain stink at this year's film festivals. At Venice it was banned from public showing, at San Francisco it was berated as "pornography for profit." The statement was made by Shirley Temple, a critic with rather frivolous credentials, but...

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