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In spring 2011, director Stig Björkman meets IngridBergman's daughter Isabella Rossellini and she suggests him to "make a film about Mama". Through Isabella, Stig is able to tell Ingrid's story through herownwords and images. Seven time Academy Award-nominee and three time Academy Award-winner IngridBergman was one of the most talented actresses of Hollywood's Golden Age with great performances in films such as CASABLANCA (1942), GASLIGHT (1944) and and AUTUMN SONATA (1978). Through never-before-seen private footage, notes, letters, diaries and interviews with her children, this documentary presents a personal portrait and captivating look behind the scenes of the remarkable life of a young Swedish girl who became one of the most celebrated actresses of American and World cinema.
On two occasions in the film, letters purportedly written by IngridBergman are read out in which the word "paparazzi" (to mean a probing reporter) is used. It is generally accepted that this word (taken from an Italian regional slang word meaning sparrows) was inspired by a character in Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita, but the letters in question were written in the early to mid 1950s, prior to the film's release. See more »
Icon is becoming an almost useless word. Therefore, it's good Stig Björkman puts his focus on IngridBergman as a human, and let's face it, how many of her pictures are interesting today, except Autumn Sonata by Ingmar Bergman? Casablanca is a Bogart movie.
Many amateur clips. Her children talks about her mostly being somewhere else. The only one who shows some bitterness between the lines is the son.
But anyway this Stig Björkman focus doesn't really have the potential to make us something more than shallow watchers. A rather entertaining story, but the entertainment isn't enough. You miss the analysis.
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