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Fear (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Why Should I Be Reasonable?

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    Fear (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Why Should I Be Reasonable?

    The thoughts of Irene (Ingrid Bergman, wife of the director), wife of a German industrial scientist, making her way through an unnamed city to meet with her lover (Kurt Kreuger) open the last film she made with Roberto Rosselini, the quasi-thriller German-Italian co-production Fear, 1954.

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Fear (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Why Should I Be Reasonable?
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Apparently clueless scientist husband Albert (Mathnias Wieman) takes the call as blackmailing Miss Schultze (Renate Mannhardt), girlfriend of the ex-lover of wife Irene (Ingrid Bergman) shows up at the family home on the weekend, causing a crisis in Roberto Rossellini's Fear, 1954.>
Fear (1954) -- (Movie Clip) She Had No Other Way...
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At the country home of well-to-do Albert (Mathias Wieman) and guilt-stricken, unfaithful Irene (Ingrid Bergman), their daughter (Elisabeth Wischert) is confronted over the theft of the rifle given to her brother (Gabriele Seitz), Bergman's husband Roberto Rossellini directing, in Fear, 1954.>
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