By Liv Ullmann
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T h e mountains towering over me on all sides, wild and barren, closer to heaven than I thought mountains could get. T o feel the wind and the sun on the face-and at the same time feel the fragrance of trees and rocks and the earth I walk on touch the skin-that is part of what changes my life. Norway WHENI WAS TWENTY-TWO, PETERPALITZSCH, A GERMAN director, came to our theatre in Oslo. H e had been Bertolt Brecht's closest collaborator and for many years one of the leading directors with the Berliner Ensemble in East Berlin.
So that when they were out together they were always followed by blaring horns and angry shouts. Later it moved to an island in Sweden and there there were almost no cars. Mamma preferred bicycling along the paths through the woods, which were so narrow the trees sometimes made nasty scratches on the paint. Now, in its old age, it is good to live in the country and feel useful, because none of the baby-sitters or friends or family are ever afraid of asking to borrow it. And that's nice. Not to stay in a cellar and rust.
W e invest so much in our dreams and hopes. Once we were children who woke up on the morning of our confirmation day. T h e day we had longed for through so many years, the day when a change was to take place, when adult life was to begin, and with it the right to make our own decisions. And in a framed photograph we line up for posterity, next to other pictures, in which we are infants, five-year-olds, schooIchiIdren, brides. W e stare out into space, never to exist again. " I who myself so recently was photographed on my grandmother's lap.
Changing by Liv Ullmann