Despite the international attention Andersson received for her work with Bergman, it was her husband Jorn Donner who offered her more substantial roles. She received a Best Actress citation from the 1964 Venice Film Festival as a married woman rediscovering the pleasures of sex and romance in Donner's "To Love." More recently, Andersson projected underlying rebellion as a sympathetic teacher in "Beyond the Sky" (1993). Unlike her colleagues such as Bibi Andersson or Liv Ullmann who were also launched by Bergman, Andersson has made few international films. She made her English-language debut in Sidney Lumet's "The Deadly Affair" (1966), but seemed more at ease working with her countrymen. Andersson has made a handful of Swedish TV-movies, including "I HHHavsbandet" (1971), and occasional stage appearances, including playing Anne Frank in "The Diary of Anne Frank" in 1953 and Ophelia in "Hamlet."