The Touch (1971), influential Swedish auteur Ingmar Bergman’s first English-language film, stars Bibi Andersson as Karin Vergerus, a Swedish housewife who, after being married to her husband (Max von Sydow) for fifteen years, begins to have an affair with an archaeologist (Elliott Gould) who’s working at a nearby site. Later she learns that he is an emotionally disturbed holocaust survivor and also gets pregnant by him. When she follows him back to London to announce her pregnancy, she also learns that both he and his sister (Sheila Reid) are suffering from a hereditary nervous disorder that he may have passed on to their child. Check out Bibi’s bombers as she gets it on with Gould. At the sight of her conical rockets, you’ll be giving yourself the touch!