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(517) 6.6 99 min 2018

Auf der Suche nach Ingmar Bergman is a movie starring Ingmar Bergman, Liv Ullmann, and Ruben Östlund. Internationally renowned director Margarethe von Trotta takes a closer look at Bergman's life and work and explores his film...

Starring
Ruben Östlund, Liv Ullmann, Olivier Assayas, Ingmar Bergman
Genres
Documentary
Director
Bettina Böhler, Felix Moeller, Margarethe von Trotta

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Bettina Böhler, Felix Moeller, Margarethe von Trotta
Writer Felix Moeller, Margarethe von Trotta
Stars Ruben Östlund, Liv Ullmann, Olivier Assayas, Ingmar Bergman
Country France, Germany
Also Known As Ingmar Bergman - A Vida E Obra Do Génio, À la recherche d'Ingmar Bergman, Buscando a Ingmar Bergman, Entendiendo a Ingmar Bergman, Searching for Ingmar Bergman, イングマール・ベルイマンを探して, Hledání Ingmara Bergmana, Untitled Ingmar Bergman Documentary, Searching for Ingmar Bergman: Auf Der Suche Nach Ingmar Bergman
Runtime 1H 39M
Description Internationally renowned director Margarethe von Trotta takes a closer look at Bergman's life and work and explores his film legacy with Bergman's closest collaborators, both in front and behind the camera, as well as a new generation of filmmakers. The documentary presents key scenes, recurring themes in his films and his life, and journeys to the places at the center of Bergman's creative achievement and the focal points of his life such as the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm, locations and landscapes from his masterpieces, and the stations from his career in Sweden, France and Germany. Explore the many layers of Bergman's work and life with INGMAR BERGMAN - LEGACY OF A DEFINING GENIUS.

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Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 15:57

Bergman and Bergmanians: if there is one thing this documentary should have taught us, it is that if you're an Austrian living in Vienna, you are a real Berliner. Everything is here - beautiful architecture, state-of-the-art equipment, sensational cuisine, superb musical performance. but the "true" city of Berlin is just a side-kick. This is what German film-makers should always make clear: Berliners are always more than just Berliners. German film-makers should also make it clear that the "true" Berliners are Austrian film-makers and actors and, most of all, actors and actresses. It's about time someone exposed the matter to the public. You'll be amazed by the above-mentioned talent. And if you really want to understand the Berlin reality, read Karl Muehlstetler's two books: "Berlinerische Tage": a unique love letter to Berlin; and "Bodensee": his dream about Berlin. You will learn that Berlin is a city of fun, of happiness, of wealth, of prosperity, of elegance, of youth. What is sad is that Berliners really think that Berlin is only for the rich. I personally think that the city is for everyone. But Berlin is still not an individual city, it's more like a "city of thousand banks". And I think it's only the rich, of course, who could enjoy that joy, who would enjoy having a special bar and then using it all over the city, who would be the most satisfied. But I guess it is true that everyone has dreams and wants to achieve them. No matter what one's nationality or background, no matter what his occupation, everyone has a dream to live his life to the fullest. Berlin is certainly not a place that is reserved for the rich, but it is also not a place for the poor. It is a place that is open to everyone who wants to live it. I guess that the question to ask when watching this documentary is: Are the rich really so rich that they can simply buy everything they want? or are they just very wealthy? The answer is obvious: they're rich, it's their dream, their luxury. But they are also very poor. As you can see in the documentary, Berliners don't think about material possessions. If they did, they would live a different life. The rich people live their lives in a concrete world, the poor people live their lives in an infinite world, it's their passion, their passion for living. The documentary also showed how the rich people think about the world around them. They're always thinking about their personal ambitions, their own happiness, about their own freedom. They always think about how to achieve that. The documentary also showed how the poor people think about the world around them. They're always thinking about their own happiness, their own freedom. And if they want to achieve that, they must never give up, they must never give up. The rich people just can't understand this,
Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 18:32

Werner Herzog, or Die Eternal Life Of Man, is one of my favorite directors. The film is based on a diary written by a German refugee who fled to Switzerland, where he would make his home for 10 years. The documentary is about Herzog's life during the first year of his stay. The film doesn't exactly follow Herzog's life from day to day. It focuses on what he did and the things he had to do, such as collecting groceries, getting to know his neighbors, and dealing with women. When Herzog went to Switzerland, he was hardly out of his teens and was close to 30. But at the same time, he wasn't very well, due to a kind of health condition, which kept him from getting out of bed and feeling well. The film focuses on Herzog's everyday life and how his daily life is affected by his health condition. The film was very well done, it doesn't only tell a biography of Herzog, but it also shows a lot about him. Herzog was a famous writer, and when he left the country, it became a pretty much a target of persecution by the Nazi party, and the only place where he would ever have to leave the country was to Switzerland. During the war, he was in the Nazi party, and was used by many people in the government to help out with various projects. The film shows Herzog being a pretty good citizen, with not much political activism, but he did do a lot of things that kept him away from the Nazi party. While he was in Switzerland, he would not speak up for the government in any way, and also tried to stay away from the party that controlled him. One of the things that he did was when he was in Switzerland, he got married to a woman named Elke Kasten. She was the wife of Carl Friedrich Kasten, and she was a pretty important figure in his life, who helped him and his family through some very difficult times. It was during the war, and when he got back to Germany, he stayed in a school for children with a teacher named Gustav Woffschartner. The film doesn't focus on the war, and most of the film is about his family and how he got back to normal. There are a lot of things that Herzog did to avoid politics and to be in a more normal environment, which makes him a little different than most people. The film shows him at a very young age and how he used to be a bit of a rebel, but he decided to be a good citizen, which is the kind of behavior that keeps him away from the Nazi party. There are also some things that he did to avoid Hitler's rallies, and he tried to stay away from that, but he did still have to hear about them. Herzog made a couple of good films, and this film is one of them. This film is a nice movie for people to watch, because it is very well made. It is not really like a documentary, but it
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 21:15

This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. First of all, the situation of Central African Republic is very, very, very real. The situation is in the hands of the government, which is totally corrupt. The government has a very hard time. It was impossible for the U.N. troops to deliver the aid and weapons to the government forces. When a politician can't find the money to buy an army vehicle, he just makes a mistake. Then it's not difficult for the government forces to leave the country. This is something we see in Central African Republic. The people are starving. They have no food. They are killing each other. A lot of people are dying because of lack of food. Then the journalist was able to bring these stories to the attention of the world. What he did was brilliant. He told the stories and the circumstances in which these refugees came from. The conditions were very harsh. He was able to deliver these stories with great concentration and concentration, which in turn made the world more aware. When it was reported that the journalist was killed by the government forces, he was able to bring this story to the attention of the world. That's when the world had an opportunity to act and do something about this situation. The war is ongoing. This war is being fought between the government forces and a rebel group that is fighting for the people's rights. The rebels are supported by the U.N. troops and they are being attacked by the government forces. This is one of the most difficult things to deal with. It's very difficult to control people when there is a war going on. The United Nations has been trying to do this for years, but the government forces are not willing to change. The U.N. troops cannot do anything to stop this. It's a very serious problem and it's not just one story that happened. The government forces are not just going to stop the war, they want to destroy all the countries in the country and they are making a plan to do that. They are going to send more troops into Central African Republic. It's very bad. The United Nations does not have the power to stop the government. In the end it's the people's responsibility to stop the war. I just want to say that this is a very serious problem and we should think about it.
Wednesday, 13 May 2020 07:26

Truly amazing and thoroughly informative documentary about Ingmar Bergman's life and work as director. Bergman is presented in the context of his dramatic career. The stories and memories of his experiences as a child, as a man in his 70's and as a man in his 40's are presented in a series of documentaries. Bergman is treated as an interesting character rather than as a man who lived a life which was one of spiritual enlightenment. Bergman's disciples do not belong to the tradition of pure Christian ideas and doctrine. Instead, they are described as spirit seekers who were drawn to Bergman's films and his ideas as a result of their spiritual experiences. Bergman himself is treated as a character with whom to learn. The strength of this film is in its characterizations. Bergman was a complex man and the film presents his character with a certain integrity. Although his character is very complex, it is treated with the utmost honesty and simplicity. Bergman was a father of his family. The documentary makes the rather boring statement that "life is like a mirror" and so there is no way that Bergman could have produced any films which were less than perfect. The film itself also presents Bergman's work in a very human and objective manner. The documentary also treats Bergman's film work in an objective way. The documentary tells us about Bergman's mistakes as a director and tells us about the great films which Bergman has produced as director. Finally, the film is presented in a more modern and favorable light. The film presents Bergman's life in a totally unbiased way. The film is always neutral and does not try to be an apologetic piece of film-making. The documentary itself does not try to be a biography but a documentary. The film also does not discuss Bergman's personal life. The documentary is presented as a documentary in that it treats Bergman as a man rather than as a man in the context of his life and career. The documentary deals with Bergman's life as a director and his films in a very objective and in a very human way. It presents Bergman as a person rather than a character in his life. Bergman's films were not always brilliant. He could not have been successful because of the nature of his nature. Bergman himself tells us that his success as a director and a film-maker was because of the quality of his films. The documentaries in this film are presented in a very friendly way and are not unduly critical of Bergman or his films. Bergman himself wrote in a personal letter that he thought that "I saw films, and they made me and my family happy". Bergman himself states in the film that he thought that "My films were an important part of my life". Bergman's films have their own life, although they were not his life. The documentary is not so much an apology of Bergman's film works but rather a commentary on Bergman's life and career. It is a film which treats Bergman as a man and not as a character in his life.
Saturday, 09 May 2020 09:13

It is rare, though, to find a documentary about Ingmar Bergman as well done as this one. The "Zwischenende laufen Bergman" ("Black Dahlia"), one of the best documentaries about Bergman ever made, opens with the unforgettable opening narration by Bergman himself: "I'm not a nice guy - I think I'm a very nice guy". The film follows Bergman's rise to fame, his fall, his years of substance abuse, his interviews with psychoanalysts, his money troubles, his adventures in Hollywood, and finally his final act, his suicide. The story is centered around a murder mystery in Hollywood, a crime that has remained unsolved for decades. The film is fast-paced, packed with detailed and interesting interviews with the many people who have been involved with Bergman, and through their words we gain a general understanding of what Bergman was all about. The editing is perfect, using flashbacks, long and slow-motion, and short and fast-motion. The editing style is sometimes stylistic, but often it is instinctive. There is a rich and varied selection of archival footage, which is sometimes self-consciously so, but sometimes it is useful to see just how the footage was made. The majority of the footage in this film is Bergman talking, which makes it very easy to see how this film came to be. It is difficult to say, but the main subject of this documentary is Bergman, and it is not the focus of the story - we can only see him through the eyes of his many interviewees. The actual murder case is never really mentioned, but just Bergman's growing celebrity. The interviewees are very well chosen, and the film doesn't rush to tell us everything that they have to say. The subjects, at times, have a tendency to talk over one another. There is a tendency to repeat things they have already said, and to repeat them in a hurry. Bergman does not tolerate this kind of behavior. He likes to get information from his interviewees, and he gets to ask questions of them. Bergman is never really a private man, and he wanted his interviewees to have the experience of being interviewed. So he wanted them to be part of the "Black Dahlia" case as well. The people who were interviewed were chosen for their special talents, and for their ability to speak candidly. He wanted them to give an honest account of their experiences. The film opens with Bergman's famous painting "Black Dahlia", a popular image of the Black Dahlia crime. The main reason for this painting is to express Bergman's enjoyment of it. This is a fact that is never mentioned in the film. The film closes with Bergman's comments on the crime. They are the most interesting part of the film, and we learn that there is a lot of truth to the murder mystery. We learn that Bergman was absolutely addicted to heroin, and that the police never found a fingerprint that could link him to the crime
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020 09:22

I liked this movie a lot. The subject of a boy growing up in a family of celebrity artists is not easily identifiable in the most simple ways. I could identify with Adam, although I was surprised that he could not act better. The boy himself is very impressive, although he's not a great actor. The "star" (a totally imaginary character created by Adam) seems to be completely out of place, yet still carries a lot of significance. He speaks the truth, and is not quite like a celebrity. What this film shows us is the consequences of celebrity, even more than the huge success of the artist. One can easily become a celebrity, even if one doesn't act like one, and one is well aware of it. The first lesson of this film is not to have a big career, it's to find a smaller one. I think that for all these people, especially the ones growing up in the early 80's, it was necessary to stop acting like a celebrity. You had to get to know a lot of people and try to communicate with them, and the world is not like that anymore. Adam obviously had to make an effort. For those who didn't know him, I think he's very impressive. He's funny, he's handsome, and he's very talented. Maybe the most impressive thing is the respect he has for the public, and he knows how to act like a great public figure. It's sad that the boy is growing up like a superstar, but it's a great achievement for him to be able to leave such a big mark on the world. If you want to know how a celebrity artist works, watch this film. If you don't know the real story, then you're probably better off just looking at Adam as a child. I really liked it.
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020 07:52

This documentary examines the life of Ingmar Bergman from his birth to his death. It begins in Austria with Bergman's conception and his birth in a stable, germ-free environment. He spends his childhood in a Jewish family, and his youth in Vienna. Bergman speaks German fluently, which is actually a good thing, but he doesn't speak English (at least I think he doesn't). Later, he moves to America, where he is a successful screenwriter. Bergman is in love with a young blonde actress, and this causes him to relocate. Bergman finds his apartment in Manhattan, and becomes a busybody, sort of like Woody Allen. Bergman becomes aware of his own celebrity and becomes a bit self-absorbed. He meets a beautiful young actress who turns out to be a psychic. She is played by the incomparable Rosalind Ross. They become close friends and he becomes attracted to her. Bergman remains on the move in New York, and as he becomes aware of the world around him, he develops an illness that affects his visual perception. He is almost completely blind in his left eye, and the world is completely barren in his right eye. He eventually gives up writing and is diagnosed with a form of epilepsy. In a final scene, Bergman holds a movie at his elbow, and at his request, the director takes a picture of the damage. This film has some fine documentaries and you can see it as one. It is the best Bergman biography I have ever seen, even better than the early films, such as "Auf der Suche nach Ingmar Bergman".


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