|A Lesson in Love|
|Directed by||Ingmar Bergman|
|Produced by||Allan Ekelund|
|Written by||Ingmar Bergman|
|Edited by||Oscar Rosander|
|Distributed by||AB Svensk Filmindustri|
The film is about the marriage of a gynecologist named David and his wife Marianne. The film's score was composed by Dag Wirén.
- Eva Dahlbeck – Marianne Erneman
- Gunnar Björnstrand – David Erneman
- Yvonne Lombard – Susanne Verin
- Harriet Andersson – Nix
- Åke Grönberg – Carl-Adam
- Olof Winnerstrand – Professor Henrik Erneman
- Renée Björling – Svea Erneman
- John Elfström – Sam
- Birgitte Reimer – Lise
- Dagmar Ebbesen – Nurse Lisa
- Sigge Fürst – Vicar
On the film's U.S. release in 1960, Bosley Crowther opined in The New York Times, that its subject "...is the complexity of love...It is a subject that Mr. Bergman expanded in his subsequent "Smiles of a Summer Night," with more wit and satiric implication. But, for a warm-up, he got off nicely here...Mr. Bergman plays around with it in such a clever and thought-provoking way that the emotional dilemma implicit in it has humor, wisdom and charm...And, as in all of his pictures, Mr. Bergman has used a cast that seems to act with inspired understanding—which means, of course, sympathy with him. "
- "'A Lesson in Love' (1954) on RT". Rotten Tomatoes.
- Crowther, Bosley (March 15, 1960). "Screen: "Lesson in Love':Ingmar Bergman Film Opens at Murray Hill" – via NYTimes.com.
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