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Auf der Suche nach Ingmar Bergman

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...

Other Titles
À la recherche d'Ingmar Bergman, Buscando a Ingmar Bergman, Ingmar Bergman - A Vida E Obra Do Génio, Untitled Ingmar Bergman Documentary, イングマール・ベルイマンを探して, Searching for Ingmar Bergman: Auf Der Suche Nach Ingmar Bergman, Searching for Ingmar Bergman, Hledání Ingmara Bergmana, Entendiendo a Ingmar Bergman
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Felix Moeller, Margarethe von Trotta, Bettina Böhler
Writer
Margarethe von Trotta, Felix Moeller
Actors
Olivier Assayas, Ingmar Bergman, Ruben Östlund, Liv Ullmann
Country
France, Germany
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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.

Comments about documentary «Auf der Suche nach Ingmar Bergman» (16)

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Patrick

This documentary is about a German director who creates a film about Ingmar Bergman in his home. I think that the best thing about this film is that it's honest. It is a simple film about a man who loves to paint. He has to paint a picture of a house in Ingmar Bergman's neighborhood. The house has the most beautiful landscape in Germany. Bergman also is a painter himself. So the film shows the story of a man who loves to paint and who also loves to paint the landscape of Ingmar Bergman's neighborhood. Bergman is an excellent filmmaker. This film shows him in a very good light.

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Justin

When I first saw this movie, I was disappointed. However, after I saw it again, I was much more impressed. The film covers Bergman's life and death from his childhood to his death. In addition, it covers Bergman's relationship with the family of the man who killed his father and who became his partner. The film is very insightful and fascinating, and the director has done a fantastic job with the material. It is a very long documentary, and the one-on-one interviews with Bergman's children are very well done. The film is a very good overview of his life and career, and it is a must-see for anyone interested in Bergman. The film is edited well, with the interviews alternating between the father and Bergman and the children, and the transitions between the two are smooth and well done. I would give this movie an 8 out of 10.

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Karen F.

If you are a fan of Wolfgang Petersen, you will love this film. The production values are high and the film has a very clear narrative. It was a pleasure to see how Petersen shot the film, the characters and how he captured the emotional aspect of Bergman's films. It was a great pleasure to see the production value and the photography was excellent. The film is a must see for Wolfgang Petersen fans. I hope to see more of his films and will definitely be purchasing this one. The story is very good and I believe that the film will stand the test of time.

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Justin Rice

I have to say that I really enjoyed this documentary. The film does a good job of showing how Bergman's film was made and how the actors and the director came together. The story is a little bit long but it doesn't really matter because it's not a boring film. The film is made in a very interesting way and it's great to see how Bergman and his team worked on this film. I would have liked to see the film in the original language and in German with subtitles. I think it would have made the film much more interesting. I think it would have been great to see how Bergman worked with the actors and what he had to do to get them to play the parts. I also thought it would have been great to see the reaction of the actors to the film and the reactions of Bergman to the film. Overall, the film is great to watch and it is a great film to watch with friends. I recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of Bergman or has an interest in the film.

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Timothy Reid

After watching this documentary, it is clear that a lot of money has been spent and that a lot of time and energy has been put into this film. But the message is clear and the execution is spectacular. The film presents a great deal of information about the film and the director, but does not pretend to be a documentary. It is a work of art. This is a masterpiece.

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Dorothy Mason

This documentary is very insightful about the German art world of the 70's. It shows a lot of images and a lot of talk about how art was sold and how the art world was treated. It is interesting to see how the art world was affected by the communist regime in Germany and how it affected the art world in general. The people that were around the art world when this regime was in place are interviewed. The film shows many scenes from the 70's and it also shows a lot of old interviews with people who were in the art world during this time. I think this is a great film. It shows the art world in a very interesting way. It is very well done and the people who were in the art world during this time are interviewed in a very interesting way.

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Zachary

I have just watched this documentary on DVD and I must say that I am absolutely impressed. I've never seen such a well-made documentary on the life and work of Ingmar Bergman. The movie is a bit slow at first, but it picks up quickly and I really enjoyed the way it was filmed. The documentary is full of amazing interviews with Bergman and he himself is interviewed a lot. I've heard some of his critics say that he's not a good director and that he should have left a little bit earlier in his career. This is so not true. It is clear that Bergman had a brilliant career and that he was a great director, but it was also clear that he was a great human being. His last film is 'L'auberge de l'amour' which I also enjoyed, but it was certainly not his best. I'm not sure if it was the fact that he never found the time to finish 'L'auberge de l'amour' or the fact that it was a bit too long, but I think he made a very good film about his life and it is definitely worth a watch. I'd recommend this movie to everyone, but especially to the ones who are interested in the life and work of Ingmar Bergman.

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Eric Valdez

This is an excellent documentary, which covers the many ways in which Bergman created films that were ahead of their time. This is not a documentary about Bergman's movies, but it does cover his many projects, including the fascinating, and very well-made, "My Blue Heaven." But the film also covers the many ways in which Bergman made his films. The film covers Bergman's use of cameras, sound, sound editing, etc. and then it covers his use of music, and his use of music as a tool to tell a story. I believe that Bergman was a genius, and I believe that he was the greatest film maker of all time.

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Raymond B.

I saw this film at the Metcalfe Theatre last year, and was not disappointed. This is one of the most thought-provoking films I've seen in a while. The film is a very well-made and thought-provoking piece. It shows how the nature of an actor can be influenced by the director and the actors. It does a good job of showing the difference between the real-life and the film performances of Bergman. I was very impressed with the technical aspects of the film, like the music score, cinematography, editing, and art direction. It's not a film for the mass-market. The film is very visual and it is definitely a must-see for people who are interested in film. I can't wait to see more of Bergman's work.

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Raymond W.

This film is definitely worth watching, and will certainly leave you with some wonderful thoughts about your own life. It's not a documentary, and it's not a documentary that tells a single story. It's a personal and deeply personal look at a man and his life. It's not a movie about Ingmar Bergman, and it's not a movie about film. It's a look into the mind of Werner Herzog, and it's not that he has a great deal of control over the production of this film. But what he does have is a unique voice, and a gift for telling stories that is unmatched in any medium. He's a true artist, and the film he's making is a great story. It's the story of Werner Herzog, and it's a great story.

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Katherine Hall

The German movie "Johannesburg: und die unendliche Welt der ersten Jahr" (2007) is an excellent documentary about the life of German filmmaker Johann Sebastian Bach. The film is well shot, the story is interesting and the director does a good job of telling it. The film takes you through the life of the famous composer and his family, his friends and his career. It tells you the difficult period of his life and how his family reacts to his departure from Germany. The film is edited in an interesting way, showing the flashbacks of Bach's life, his friends and his career. The film is a great study of a man who was misunderstood by a lot of people and who died without his family knowing. He is a great example of a person who never asked to be understood. The film is well made and worth watching. My vote is nine. Title (German): "Johannesburg und die unendliche Welt der ersten Jahr" ("Johannesburg: and the und the unendliche world")

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Larry M.

This is one of the most interesting documentaries I have seen. It's very well made and it is very well written. The interviews are very interesting. It's not a very easy film to watch but it's very good and worth seeing.

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Russell

After seeing "The Seventh Seal" I felt it was a pretty good film. It was a bit slow in parts and didn't have a great deal of action but it was well done and was very exciting. There were a lot of amazing things that were hidden from us the audience. In the end I really liked this film and I think it was very well done and well worth seeing. The acting was good and the directing was good. I really enjoyed it. My only problem with the film is that it was a little too long and I would have liked to have seen more of the children. I would definitely recommend this film and I would definitely see it again. If you are looking for a good, entertaining film to watch, watch this one.

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John Santos

I saw this film last night and I'm glad I did. The film has two parts, the first is a discussion of Bergman's films, the second is a documentary on a film festival Bergman attended. The second part of the film is all about Bergman's life and how it is a topic that is touched on in every Bergman film. I think the film is very insightful on Bergman's life and how he approached his films. I found the documentary on Bergman's film festival very interesting. The film is a little bit slow in parts, but the film is still worth watching. I think the film is worth seeing, but it is very well worth watching.

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Amber M.

Auf der Suche nach Ingmar Bergman is an excellent documentary about the life of Ingmar Bergman. It's one of the few films which talks about the life of Bergman and his family and friends. The film covers the time from 1977 to 1982 and it focuses on the years Bergman spent in Ingmar Bergman's house. Bergman was very famous in Germany and he had many fans. This documentary was also very interesting and it also tells about his film "In the Valley of Elah" which was made in 1982. In the Valley of Elah was a very good film and it also shows how Bergman was able to stay in a house for many years. This film also shows how Bergman was able to make friends in Ingmar Bergman's house. This film is very good and it's very interesting.

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Nathan S.

This is an important film to discuss today, because it is about how the film industry is more and more based on the greed of the big corporations. In the past, they had to rely on the audience's intelligence and imagination to understand the meaning of the films they were watching. Nowadays, the audience is not so much interested in understanding the meaning of the films, but in finding the next best thing to consume. I would like to say that the film is very well made, with a very good sound mix. It is also very well directed, and the acting is very well done. I think that the film has a great message and I would recommend it to everyone. I hope that the film will be recognized for the great work that it is. I will definitely watch this film again.