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A couple retreat to the island that inspired Ingmar Bergman to write screenplays for their upcoming films when the lines between reality and fiction start to blur.

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Tony
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Amy
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Chris
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Joseph
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Berit
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Jonas
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Ase
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Stig
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Wilma
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Nicolette
Gabe Klinger ...
American Man
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Joseph's Friend
Hampus Nordenson ...
Hampus
Teodor Abreu ...
Jonas' Bestman
Matthew Lessner ...
Super 8 Man
Jonas Larsson Grönström ...
Jonas' Brother
Felix Berg ...
Wedding Photographer
Grace Delrue ...
June
Kerstin Brunnberg ...
Birgit

Directed by

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Mia Hansen-Løve ... (regisseur)

Written by

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Mia Hansen-Løve ... (writer)

Produced by

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Lejla Besic ... line-producer: pre-production
Marc Brégain ... line producer: pre-production
Julio Chavezmontes ... co-producer
Charlotte Dauphin ... co-producer
Charles Gillibert ... producer
Dietmar Güntsche ... co-producer
Erik Hemmendorff ... producer
Sebastián Hofmann ... associate producer
Nina Poretzky ... Head of production
Olivier Père ... co-producer
Martin Rohé ... co-producer
Regina Solórzano ... executive producer
Rodrigo Teixeira ... producer
Julie Viez ... head of production
Lisa Widén ... producer

Cinematography by

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Denis Lenoir

Film Editing by

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Marion Monnier

Editorial Department

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Peter Bernaers ... colorist
Anne-Sophie Henry-Cavillon ... Post production supervisor
Esther Lowe ... first assistant editor
Ronan Nouri ... Trailer Editor

Casting By

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Antoinette Boulat
Pauline Hansson

Production Design by

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Mikael Varhelyi

Art Direction by

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Eva Lendorph ... (as Eva Kristine Lendorph Christensen)
Beatrice Strand

Set Decoration by

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Lisanne Fransen

Costume Design by

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Judith de Luze
Julia Tegström

Production Management

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Marie Culadet ... Deliverables supervisor
Julien Flick ... production manager
Thomas Fournet-Oberlé ... post-production manager
Abraham Goldblat ... post-production supervisor
Leka Jenny ... production assistant
Sofia Lemos Marques ... production assistant
David Ragonig ... production manager: Scope Pictures
Pierre Wallon ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Marie Doller ... first assistant director
Clothilde Metral ... second assistant director
Barney Roberts ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Philippe Blonda ... assistant property master
Robin Dervaux ... stand-by props
Lisanne Fransen ... props
Isabel Sjöstrand ... property master

Sound Department

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Marc Alberisio ... assistant sound editor
Thomas Gauder ... re-recording mixer
Paul Heymans ... sound editor / sound
Fredrik Lantz ... adr recordist
Anais Letiexhe ... adr supervisor
Alexis Oscari ... Foley Sound Engineer
Olivier Struye ... boom operator
Joey Van Impe ... assistant sound editor
Philippe van Leer ... foley artist
Roland Voglaire ... assistant sound editor

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Ronald Grauer ... visual effects supervisor
Stéphanie Pottier ... visual effects coordinator
Colin Ramon ... digital compositor
Laurent Ravicini ... digital compositor
Fred Roz ... titles
Frédéric Vanmeerbeeck ... digital compositor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Speeckaert Charlie ... second assistant camera + camera loader
Alice Fréville ... 3rd caméra assistant
Markus Große ... electrician
Guillaume Gry ... 2nd caméra assistant loader
Témoudjine Janssens ... key grip
Tobias Kownatzki ... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Bertrand Monette ... best boy
Veerle Pipeleers ... best boy grip
Olivier Servais ... first assistant camera: additional
Dirk Van Rampelbergh ... gaffer

Casting Department

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Fredrik Lehmann ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Helene Leclerc ... costumer
Lydia Popp ... Dresser

Location Management

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Guillaume Fernandez ... location manager
Jean-Baptiste Foucart ... assistant location manager
Max Hermans ... location manager
Samuel Palm ... assistant location manager
Martin Venencie ... set manager

Music Department

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Raphael Hamburger ... music supervisor

Script and Continuity Department

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Clémentine Schaeffer ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Olivia Bergman ... Location Assistant / production assistant
David Boyle ... head of business and legal affairs: RT Features
Nancy Brasseur ... production accountant
Jonatan Bökman ... coordinator of extras
Thibault de Gantès ... head of legal and business affairs
Sandra Fröberg ... production coordinator sweden
Viktor Klintbom ... coordinator of extras
Calle Marthin ... Film Commissioner: Swedish Film Institute
Therese Melander ... production coordinator
Myriam Rak ... legal clearance supervisor
Camille Schumacher ... post-production coordinator: Bardaf
Johanna Spinosi ... production secretary

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

"The picture revolves around an American filmmaking couple who retreat to the island for the summer to each write screenplays for their upcoming films in an act of pilgrimage to the place that inspired Bergman. As the summer and their screenplays advance, the lines between reality and fiction start to blur against the backdrop of the Island's wild landscape." Written by Screendaily

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Also Known As
  • L'Île de Bergman (France)
  • Остров Бергмана (Russia)
  • A Ilha de Bergman (Portugal)
  • 베르히만 아일랜드 (South Korea)
  • L'Île de Bergman (Canada, French title)
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Runtime
  • 112 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Greta Gerwig and John Turturro originally signed on for the two main parts, but both had to bow out before shooting began. Gerwig was replaced with Vicky Krieps, and Turturro with Owen Wilson. However, Owen Wilson later declined with mere weeks to go before shooing. Mia Hansen-Løve and her producer decided to shoot half of the movie in summer 2018 without an actor in the male lead. The second half was shot one year later, in summer 2019 with Tim Roth finally cast in the male lead. See more »

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