This 1968 Swedish drama directed by Mai Zetterling is a biting commentary on gender roles. The three main characters (played by Harriet Andersson, Bibi Andersson, and Gunnel Lindblom) are Swedish stage actresses touring with a production of Aristophanes's Lysistrata. In Swedish with English subtitles.
"A trenchant study of modern marriages and female roles, loaded with fantasy sequences. Fabulous cast drawn by actress-turned-director Zetterling from Ingmar Bergman's repertory company."—Leonard Maltin
"Zetterling's militantly sardonic humor, simultaneously leery of women's acceptance of their oppression and hopeful of their potential for change … both lightens and sharpens her critique."—Slant