An interesting subject to me, but I didn't much care for the way this documentary was put together. The use of extended clips from Bergman's films to attempt to represent reality, the cheesy soundtrack, the occasional reading of a snippet from Bergman's diary ... it was all distasteful. There are two sides to everything and I felt like rather than try to unearth that by interviewing others or put more structure and context around the narrative (and show it as objectively as possible), director Dheeraj Akolkar put most of his effort into finding and pulling clips from the films. It got annoying and I have to believe that Bergman would have hated the violation, both professionally and personally. Liv Ullmann is as natural and unaffected as ever, but there isn't a lot of depth to what she reveals, and it probably would have been a project better left unmade.