If you're looking for a detailed, very thought out look at actress Ingrid Bergman then you might want to look elsewhere. If you just want a very good overview of her career then this documentary from Gene Feldman is pretty much that. Through film clips, newspaper headlines, newsreel footage and interviews with friends and co-workers, INGRID manages to fill up a hours worth of information and I think for the most part people will be happy. Those who don't know who Bergman is will certainly get to look at the highlights of her film career as well as the scandal that pretty much forced her out of America. Fans who already know about her personal life and film career will enjoy seeing all the footage here in one place. There's a lot of archival footage but Anthony Quinn is one person who speaks on camera about working with the legendary actress. Again, at such a short running time there's no question that the film doesn't dig into everything but it's still worth watching.
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