Ingmar Bergman considered this 1951 production, also known as Illicit Interlude, to be his first truly personal film, though it’s hardly original—its lyricism owes a great deal to the French romantic dramas of the period. But the sense of fate that descends over the drama is very much Bergman’s own—cruel, distant, ultimately imponderable. The cast was drawn from the Stockholm Royal ballet. In Swedish with subtitles.