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BERGMAN SU GRAN AÑO
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Titulo original: Bergman, Ett år, Ett Liv
Año Producción: 2018
Nacionalidad: Suecia, Noruega
Duración: 117 Minutos
Calificación: Autorizada para todos los públicos
Género: Documental
Director: Jane Magnusson
Guión: Jane Magnusson
Fotografía: Emil Klang
Música: Jonas Beckman, Lars Kumlin
FECHA DE ESTRENO
España: 9 Noviembre 2018
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SINOPSIS

La directora se adentra en el director de origen sueco Ingmar Bergman cinco años después de su anterior documental sobre la figura del director. Aquí además de mostrarnos la figura de Bergman se congregan diversas entrevistas a personalidades del mundo del séptimo arte...

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Documental con INGMAR BERGMAN, LENA ENDRE, THORSTEN FLINCK, ELLIOTT GOULD, JANE MAGNUSSON, BARBRA STREISAND, LIV ULLMANN, LARS VON TRIER

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COMENTARIO DEL DIRECTOR...
   “Most of the 2010s decade has been for me strongly linked to Ingmar Bergman. Firstly, I spent three years working on a television series and documentary film titled Trespassing Bergman. I travelled all over the world talking to filmmakers who have been inspired, terrified, redeemed or, for better or worse, astounded by him.
  Zhang Yimou told me how he first saw Wild Strawberries at film school in Beijing directly after The Cultural Revolution, and how his view of cinema changed that day. Ang Lee remembered, with his eyes filled with tears, how seeing The Virgin Spring in Taipei in 1974 made him feel like he lost his own virginity – for real. Alexander Payne, sitting in Los Angeles, considered The Seventh Seal to be overrated, while in New York a nervous Martin Scorsese admitted that he still did not understand Bergman’s films – having, nevertheless, the courage to admit that they will never seem dated.
  None of these fantastic filmmakers had ever met Bergman. They only knew him through his films. Starting from this material, I began to wonder what people who actually worked with and talked to him would have to say about the master. Would a different picture appear?
  During the last three years I have been talking to Bergman’s co-workers. From his stars such as Gunnel Lindblom, to his producer and script-girl Katinka Farago, to sound technicians and assistant directors. They paint a multi-coloured image of a great artist who could be very inspiring, but also terrifying.
  A man who is super sensitive to sound, light, food, dreams, but not really to other people.
A man who worked harder and faster than anyone else in the history of cinema.
  Bergman lived a very long life and he was incredibly productive. My problem, then, was how to tell his story in less than two hours.
It seemed impossible. However, during my research a single year kept popping up: 1957, Bergman’s most magical and productive year.
  He shoots two films and a special movie for television. His films The Seventh Seal and Wild Strawberries have their premieres. He directs four major theatre productions, has 6 children with four different women, and several affairs.
  I thought – why hasn’t anyone made a film about this? Perhaps one can tell the story of Bergman by focusing on just this one year?
This is what I set out to do. Now it is done.”

ABOUT BERGMAN...

  Ernst Ingmar Bergman, was born on the 14th of July 1918 in Uppsala, Sweden, and died the 30th of July 2007 on the island of Fårö. He was a Swedish film and theatre director, writer, theatre manager, screenwriter and novel author. During his life time, he directed 55 feature films and 171 major theatre productions and authored over a hundred books and articles. Among his best-known works are the films The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries and Persona, as well as his autobiography The Magic Lantern. He married 5 times, with countless affairs. Finally, he spawned 9 children with 6 women.
  Throughout Bergman‘s many works, one finds variations on a central theme; dysfunctional families, blood-sucking failed artists and an absent Almighty, all becoming manifestations of our collective inability to communicate with each other. Shakespeare, Molière, Ibsen, and Strindberg were all enormously important influences on Bergman, not only in his theatrical work, but indeed in his entire artistic career.
  Aside of humiliation, the feeling of exclusion is also very present and essential in his work.
Bergman was the first to reflect man’s inner life, thoughts, doubts, uncertainties and anxieties on film. He did this for longer than anyone else and became better at it than any other film director in the world.
  Bergman was capable of many things: one of these was humility, or at least he was good at pretending to be modest and doing comebacks.
If he failed with a film – he made another. If he failed economically – he clawed his way back.
  After 1957, Bergman makes 24 feature films, 59 theatre productions and 19 films made for Television. He writes scripts, makes short films and establishes himself as a recognized author with books such as Images: My Life in Film and The Magic Lantern. No matter how he may have affected us he was a master when it came to stimulating the public’s intellect.

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