Sonrisas de una noche de verano
Sonrisas de una noche de verano
Sonrisas de una noche de verano

Sonrisas de una noche de verano

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  • Audio: Sueco
  • Subtítulos: Español
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Ingmar Bergman

País

Suecia

Año de producción

1955

Géneros

Clásicos, Drama

Recaudación

77.604,82 €

Espectadores

130.059

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Sobre la película

Con un modesto reparto Bergman explora virtualmente la gama completa del amor humano desde la adoración juvenil a la benevolencia fraternal, desde la pasión neurótica y vengativa a la fácil indulgencia de los apetitos, desde los caprichos infantiles a la resignación de la madurez... Al principio del film los hombres poseen orgullo e ilusiones pero, antes de que concluya una misteriosa noche de verano, son las mujeres las que poseen a los hombres.

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Un rondó romántico, un calidoscopio en el corazón, una ruleta donde, como siempre, gana la banca del director.

14 septiembre 2019 (Editado)
8.5

"WHO would have thought that august Sweden would be sending us a film comedy as witty and cheerfully candid about the complexities of love as any recent French essay on l'amour? Yet that is what Ingmar Bergman's "Smiles of a Summer Night" is—a delightfully droll contemplation of amorous ardors. It opened at the Sutton yesterday. In a style of writing and direction more characteristic of the French or perhaps the pre-war Hungarians than the usually solemn Swedes, Mr. Bergman skips us gaily through a mix-up of youthful and adult love affairs which, while timed around the turn of the century, are as spicy as any such today. Spicy, indeed, is the label to put on this charming, film, which logically ran away with comedy honors at the 1956 festival in Cannes. Its amorous incidents are spicy, in a thoroughly tasteful and elegant way, and its philosophical conclusions are made attractive with the most redolent of intellectual herbs. What is more, its involved situations are invariably comical and deft. As is popular in European pictures (and seems to be becoming more so in those from Hollywood), Mr. Bergman is treating one of the conflicts between young and mature, experienced love. In his, exquisite cast of characters are a polished Stockholm, lawyer who is wed to a second wife many years his junior, this same man's serious and virginal son, his former mistress (a handsome, clever actress), her present lover (a pert dragoon) and the latter's wife. There is also a naughty little housemaid who knows her way around and an aged courtesan, the actress' mother, who has the pleasure of dropping wise epigrams."

Bosley Crowther de NY Times