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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
Entendiendo a Ingmar Bergman, Searching for Ingmar Bergman: Auf Der Suche Nach Ingmar Bergman, イングマール・ベルイマンを探して, Hledání Ingmara Bergmana, Buscando a Ingmar Bergman, À la recherche d'Ingmar Bergman, Searching for Ingmar Bergman, Ingmar Bergman - A Vida E Obra Do Génio, Untitled Ingmar Bergman Documentary
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Felix Moeller, Bettina Böhler, Margarethe von Trotta
Writer
Felix Moeller, Margarethe von Trotta
Actors
Ingmar Bergman, Liv Ullmann, Ruben Östlund, Olivier Assayas
Country
Germany, France
Year
2018
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, 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» (14)

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Dylan Hunter

This film is not a documentary. This is a commentary on Bergman's work. It shows the evolution of the film over time, the influence of Bergman, the filmmaking techniques used and how he adapts them. It is an homage to Bergman. It shows how he achieved his vision. It shows how his films evolved and how they continue to evolve. It shows the evolution of Bergman's films. It is a good commentary on Bergman and his films. It is a good film.

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Jesse

This documentary looks at Ingmar Bergman's career, from the beginning of his career until his death, and it covers all the years in a very concise way. The documentary starts out with Bergman's childhood, his early years, his childhood friend, his first films, and then moves into his early films, his early films and then his career. The documentary also looks at his career in later years, including his career in Ingmar Bergman's films, as well as his films that Bergman did with other people, including his films with Ingmar Bergman, and his films with his friends. The documentary also looks at Ingmar Bergman's work in post-war Germany, and how he became famous and his influence on the German people. This documentary is a must see for any film buff. The documentary covers all of the years, from the beginning of Bergman's career, to his early years, to his career, and it covers it in a very brief and concise way. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Raymond D.

It's been a long time since I've seen such a thought-provoking documentary. The film follows Bergman and his family around the world and tells the story of his life and career. It's a wonderful way to explore a legend and the relationship between legend and legend. The story itself is very interesting and it is a pity that so many films about Bergman have been made. The film is very engaging and it is interesting to see how Bergman has lived his life and his passion for cinema. He is known as a director who had a great success but in reality he was only successful because of his own talent and never did get the recognition that he deserved. He was the last great European filmmaker who didn't become famous for his ability but for his brilliant work. I really liked the way he used his family and his friends and he used his mother in his films. He was a great director and I am glad to see that his career has not died out.

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Dorothy

I can't believe I'm actually having to write a review for this movie. I'm sure that everyone else who watched this movie did too. And I'm sure that I'm not the only one who thought that this movie was pretty good. I know that I did. But I'm still disappointed that I didn't get to see it in the theater. There's a reason I'm writing this review, and that reason is this: The reason I didn't see this movie in the theater was because of the bad publicity that it received. I mean, this movie is so good that I can't believe that I actually thought it was bad. And I'm not sure that I even knew that this movie was good until I saw it on the big screen. But I think that I know what I saw. And I don't know why I was thinking that it was bad. I think I just saw a great movie. And I'm not sure if that's good or bad. It's just something I just think that I saw. And I don't know if it's good or bad. I just think that it's a good movie.

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Kathryn Mendoza

In 1979, Ingmar Bergman became a household name and became a cult classic, but in 1981, he would make a movie that was equally as great and could be considered a cult classic, and that is the real Ingmar Bergman. This documentary is about Ingmar Bergman's life, his family, his career and his passion, and it is an entertaining and insightful look at the man and his life. There is a lot of music and interviews with other famous people, and there are interviews with Bergman's fellow directors, who were in the process of making the film. This documentary was very interesting and it is a must see.

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Mary

While the original "The Bad News Bears" was a kind of social satire, this one takes a much more satirical approach. The problem is that the movie is so long and has so many long takes that you don't have time to absorb the film. The whole thing is an attempt to make fun of the idea that you have to wait in line for hours and hours to see a movie. In this case, the movie is about a baseball team and their manager. While the movie does have some good jokes and some touching moments, I think that there's too much time spent on the baseball aspect of the movie. I think that it would have been better if they focused more on the baseball aspect and less on the baseball aspect and more on the people involved in the movie. Overall, I think that the movie was entertaining and that I would recommend it to fans of the original film. I think that it was also good that it had a strong cast, but I think that it was a little disappointing that they didn't do more with the movie. It's a good movie, but I don't think that it is a great movie.

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Benjamin Newman

I saw this film in the cinema, and I must say I was pretty disappointed. Not only does it look like a made-for-TV movie, but it doesn't contain the style and sophistication of a Bergman film. Still, I found it to be quite interesting and enjoyable, so I would recommend it.

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Christine

When I first saw this film I was hooked. I had never heard of Ingmar Bergman and had no idea of his work, but I was intrigued by the idea of seeing this film and the story behind it. I had to watch it to find out what the story was, what Bergman's influence was on it and why it was made. After watching it I found it to be an amazing story of love, life, loss, and art. It was a great story of Bergman's life and the impact he had on people around him. I found it to be a fantastic film, I would highly recommend it. I would also recommend watching Bergman's The Passion of the Christ as well.

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Theresa

Auf der Suche nach Ingmar Bergman is a documentary film from German television in the summer of 2009. The film is about the making of Ingmar Bergman's Nymphomaniac and the struggles of the production team and director. The film is very long, almost two hours, and the two main actors, Anders Klint, and Greta Scacchi, are on screen for an average of 20 minutes each. However, there are many interesting and entertaining moments that you will want to see again and again. The movie is very artistic and well made, and is almost flawless in its presentation of Bergman's art. The acting of Anders Klint and Greta Scacchi is great. The movie is also interesting to see the production of the movie and to see how the filming was done. There are also many interviews with other people involved in the making of the movie, and also several interviews with Bergman himself. The movie is very good and worth seeing.

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Virginia D.

A bit of a surprise. After all the hype surrounding Bergman's work, I thought I had seen all there was to see. It's the kind of documentary that should be seen by all those who know Bergman, and even more so by those who don't. There are many fascinating stories in here, including the things Bergman himself said about himself and his films, and the performances of his actors. It's very interesting to see the different styles of Bergman's films, the fact that they were all in different genres, and how the director's directorial style has changed over the years. I'm not sure what to make of it, but I liked it. Bergman is a unique director. You can't help but be drawn into his films. The interviews are interesting, and you get a sense of how he felt about his films, and what he thought about himself and his films. It's also interesting to hear his comments about Bergman's films. The film is certainly not a masterpiece, but it's definitely worth seeing.

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Jose

Ingmar Bergman's The Third Man is one of the great films of the last 20 years. It is a powerful and tragic story of a man's journey into madness and his search for a way out of it. The film is not only about madness, but about what madness is and what it is not. It is about the whole nature of madness, and about the nature of self-destruction. The film is one of the most studied and studied films ever made, and one of the most respected. The film is not about the strange twists of fate, or about the insanity of men, or about the terrible things that happen to women, or about the sadistic violence that happens to children. It is about the nature of madness, and it is about how one person's madness can change the world. The Third Man is one of the best films I have ever seen. The film has a depth that is rarely seen in films today, and it is one of the best films ever made. It is a film that should be seen and studied, and should be studied by everyone who has ever wanted to know more about what madness is and what it is not.

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Linda Foster

When I saw the trailer for "Ingmar Bergman: Die Geschichte" I was expecting a one-sided and very critical film. However, after watching it I really enjoyed the film. In addition, I learned a lot about the director and the characters. As a person who is a huge fan of Bergman, I have a lot of admiration for this film. I think that this film is very good and even more impressive because it is a documentary. The director has a great sense of timing and the filming is very good. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in Bergman's movies and to anyone who loves to see a documentary. I recommend this film to people who are interested in Bergman's movies and to people who want to see a documentary.

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Deborah M.

The director of this documentary, Claudia Knaup, is a young German woman. She has already worked with two German Oscar winners: German cinema's most renowned director Ingmar Bergman and a German TV journalist, who was a former German prime minister. Knaup was also a key figure in the election of German Chancellor Angela Merkel as the country's new head of state. The film shows the famous director's success in Germany, and also shows how the German people have become more tolerant. But it also shows how people in other countries have reacted to Bergman's success, and how the U.S. government was so concerned about his political activities that it had to restrict his travel. The film is not about Bergman's work, but rather his personal life and how he is able to keep a job. Bergman is still regarded as one of the greatest directors in the history of film. There are many wonderful images in the film, but it's not the most entertaining documentary on the subject. I would rate this film a 9 out of 10.

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Amber J.

This documentary shows the way in which Bergman and his followers reacted to Bergman's death and the resulting controversy. A man's life is broken and then he begins to mourn, but when he learns of the other man's death, he becomes enraged and begins to attack him. The documentary covers the story of Bergman's life, his films, his relationship with Bergman, and the various reactions of Bergman's followers to his death. It shows Bergman's treatment of his daughter, his death, and the effect the death had on Bergman's followers. The film ends with the ending of the Bergman documentary, but the documentary continues on in the same vein, but with the same reactions to Bergman's death. The documentary is a wonderful, if somewhat slow, documentary about the lives of Bergman and his followers. It shows how Bergman's life was broken and then he began to mourn. It shows how his followers reacted to his death. The documentary is very well made and shows the emotions of Bergman and his followers. The documentary is an interesting, though somewhat slow, documentary. It does a great job of showing Bergman's life, his films, his relationship with Bergman, and the reactions of Bergman's followers to his death.