Bergman: A Year In A Life 15
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From the archive
This film was last shown on 17 March 2019
Bergman: A Year in a Life focuses on 1957, one of the most prolific years for the Swedish director, when he shot two films, opened two of his most celebrated films: The Seventh Seal and Wild Strawberries, produced four plays, and a TV film, while juggling a complicated private life.
Through more than 50 interviews (including with Bergman’s elder brother Dag in a never before seen Swedish TV interview, Liv Ullmann and Roy Andersson – who tells a terrific anecdote about Bergman having to apologise to a bear) and use of archive materials, Magnusson portrays not only the artist but also a deeply flawed human being.
- 1 hour 57 minutes
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