Anschauen Auf der Suche nach Ingmar Bergman

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, Ingmar Bergman - A Vida E Obra Do Génio, Entendiendo a Ingmar Bergman, Searching for Ingmar Bergman: Auf Der Suche Nach Ingmar Bergman, Searching for Ingmar Bergman, Hledání Ingmara Bergmana, Buscando a Ingmar Bergman, Untitled Ingmar Bergman Documentary, イングマール・ベルイマンを探して
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Bettina Böhler, Felix Moeller, Margarethe von Trotta
Writer
Felix Moeller, Margarethe von Trotta
Actors
Olivier Assayas, Liv Ullmann, Ingmar Bergman, Ruben Östlund
Country
Germany, France
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, 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» (15)

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Amber

It is a really nice documentary. It is about Ingmar Bergman and about his life. It is about how his movies were made and what he thinks about himself. The director takes you into Bergman's world and lets you know a lot about him. I think it is a good thing that Bergman's movies are made with the help of computer graphics and that he has the advantage to use the best techniques to make his movies. I am really glad that this documentary is available on DVD and that it is being released in Germany. I am really glad that it is available to all the people in Germany. I really recommend this documentary to everyone. I think that everyone who likes films should watch this documentary.

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Ronald R.

I am a fan of Ingmar Bergman and this film was a real pleasure to watch. Bergman is not a bad actor. His performance is good. The film is really well made. The story is interesting and I do not find it boring. I can't see how this film will be rated very low. The only thing that I didn't like is the direction. It is not bad, but it is not good either. The only thing I would like to add is that it is interesting to see Bergman in a different role. Bergman is not a bad actor, he is just not a great actor. I think he is good at what he does. The film is good, but I think it is not great. I give it 7/10.

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David B.

This is a must see for anyone who enjoys the films of Ingmar Bergman. It is a documentary that is well worth seeing. Bergman has never been interviewed in person, so this is a rare chance to see him on film. He is interviewed in a very intimate way, and he is very engaging. I have always enjoyed his films, but his work in this documentary is so well done and so moving that I was moved to tears several times. I have never seen this documentary before, but I have seen Bergman's earlier films, so I had a sense of what this documentary was about. It is very funny and touching, and it is very entertaining.

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Nicholas O.

This documentary was an interesting look at the life of Ingmar Bergman. I really liked it, as it was very thorough and well done. It also showed some of Bergman's best known films, such as "Fanny and Alexander", "Lars and the Real Girl", and "A Thousand Clowns". Bergman died in 1985, and this film was made shortly after his death. This is the only film that I have seen that is Bergman's most famous film, but I also know that he is very controversial, and I don't think this film will change his reputation, as it is rather interesting to see how he was able to adapt his films to different audiences, and to make them both entertaining and emotional.

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Raymond C.

An Austrian film that is based on a book by Werner Herzog. It is a bit long and the footage is not in chronological order, but it is a good overview of Herzog's life. The film is not a documentary, but it is a biography, and it tells the story of the life of Werner Herzog from his childhood to his death in 2005. It is a little slow at times, but it is still a good movie. I found it very interesting to see how Herzog got to where he was, and also how he changed. There is a great amount of footage from his early films and also some of his later films. Herzog was a very prolific and prolific filmmaker, and he had a lot of films made and not made in his lifetime. Herzog also did many documentaries about his life, which I found to be fascinating. The movie is pretty boring at times, but it is interesting to see how he changed as a person and also how he was able to live his life and make his films. I recommend this movie to anyone interested in Werner Herzog, or anyone who likes documentaries.

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Patricia F.

We watched this in a seminar and it was one of the best things I've ever seen. It is truly remarkable how the two main characters were able to share their experience, not only their experiences of the war but also their experiences of the people they met. The war is not mentioned much but the experience is as real as they come. I hope you enjoy the movie as much as I did.

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James D.

A film about the making of Ingmar Bergman's "Una noche en ciudad de las mujeres" (The House of the Dead), with interviews with the cast and crew, as well as the people who worked on the film, which was nominated for six Academy Awards. It is interesting to see how many people involved in the film have their own personal stories to tell, and it's good to see that Bergman himself is interviewed, as well as the director and actors. It's a very interesting documentary, and it's a good one to see.

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Charles

I have never seen Ingmar Bergman, but I have seen his movies. And I have to say, that I have to say that this documentary is not bad at all. It's just a little bit slow in some parts. But it is an interesting movie. Bergman's works are pretty obscure, but they are interesting. This movie is about his movies, and about the famous actors. This is a very good movie.

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Willie

I have been following this documentary since it was first released and I have to say I was very impressed with it. I also found it to be quite moving and thought provoking. It is not a documentary about Bergman, but about the whole process of filmmaking. I think this is an important aspect of Bergman's life and that the film is really telling us something about Bergman and his work. It is a very interesting and interesting documentary that shows us the work Bergman does and how he works. I think it is a great documentary that is very interesting and something that I think everyone should watch.

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Bryan Fisher

I was really excited to see this film. I have been a fan of Ingmar Bergman for years and have been following his work since his filmography began. I was looking forward to seeing this film. I was disappointed. This is a really poor film. It is boring, it is depressing, and it is just plain bad. It is really hard to believe that Bergman would make such a film. This film was a complete waste of time. I cannot believe that Bergman would make such a film. I think Bergman should stick to directing movies, and leave film-making to others.

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Lawrence

This documentary is a remarkable and unique portrait of Ingmar Bergman. As the late Ingmar Bergman's wife, I felt that I had a lot to learn from the man who made "The Seventh Seal" and "Wings of Desire". The documentary is a "must see". The film is beautifully shot and edited. The interviews are excellent. The interviews with Bergman's family members, friends, and acquaintances are as insightful as any you will ever find. The documentary is both entertaining and moving. The final interview with Bergman's brother, is moving and important. Bergman's wife, is very powerful. The documentary is a must see.

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Eugene Cooper

This is a must see documentary for anyone interested in the history of the film industry. It is well-written and well-edited and contains interviews with many of the key players in the film industry. This documentary is a must for everyone who wants to know more about the history of Hollywood and the movie industry in general.

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Gloria C.

I have been a fan of Ingmar Bergman for years. I saw his film, "Amadeus" a few years ago and I have seen many of his films. I had the chance to see this film in the theater when it first came out and I was very impressed with it. I had no idea that it was a Bergman film, and I found the film very well done and very moving. I also have a friend who is a professional critic and she found the film very well done and thought it was very moving. I also have a friend who has seen Bergman's films a few times and she liked the film very much. She also thought that it was very well done. I thought the film was very well done, but I also thought that the film was a little bit too long. The film was very moving and it made me feel very sad, but I thought that it was a little bit too long. I think that the film was a good film, but I think that it could have been longer. I think that it was a good film, but I think that it could have been longer.

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Timothy D.

While this is a good documentary, it does not have the quality of Bergman's films. The films are more character studies, and are more straightforward. This is a good film for people who want to see Bergman's work, but it is not Bergman's best. The documentary is not as well done as the films. It is good, but not great. I recommend this film for Bergman fans, but it is not Bergman's best.

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Ethan Price

The film is a good one, even though it's not Bergman. There are a lot of great moments in it, and the music is great. The thing is, that it's very similar to Bergman. If you're not a fan of Bergman, you may find the film boring. The film has the same style, the same editing, the same pace. And I don't know, it's just Bergman for me. But I'm still glad that I watched it. The problem is, that it's not Bergman, but it's Bergman for me. It's Bergman, but it's Bergman. I liked it, and I'll probably watch it again.