All three documentaries is mainly shot in the home of Ingmar Bergman. This is the first time ever that a film maker has access to Ingmar Bergman in his home at the small island Fårö in the ... See full summary »
In this 87 minute long conversation with Ingmar Bergman, he talks about his relation to the art of film. He expresses his passion for filmmaking and filmmakers. The film doesn't include any... See full summary »
Two estranged sisters, Ester and Anna, and Anna's 10-year-old son travel to the Central European country on the verge of war. Ester becomes seriously ill and the three of them move into a hotel in a small town called Timoka.
Glembays of Zagreb are the rich family cursed with tragedies and haunted by sinister past. Leone Glembay, rebellious son of family patriarch, is disgusted with hypocrisy, perversion and crime that runs in the family.
Nun Sara is on the run in Mexico and is saved from cowboys by Hogan, who is preparing for a future mission to capture a French fort. The pair become good friends, but Sara never does tell him the true reason behind her being outlawed.
Incredibly wonderful documentary is more of a conversation with the director but this thing is quite shocking in how much detail Bergman reveals about his persona life. It's very clear that he is a troubled and haunted man and he speaks honestly about his bad childhood and the many deaths to his love ones that have shaped him as a filmmaker. Most of the time these conversation pieces get boring but this one here was great from start to finish even though they don't actually talk about too many of his films.
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