Mary Poppins Returns
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As it is, this adoring but congealed documentary takes them at Liv's estimate, as soulmates. But what we deserve is a much fuller portrait.
It's for people who are fans enough to want to know what it was like to live on an austere Swedish island with Ingmar Bergman.
Director Dheeraj Ajolkar presents this as a testament to the power of art.
[A] small, likably sentimental film ...
A lovely and lyrical documentary about the passionate, mutually inspiring yet fraught relationship between the late filmmaker Ingmar Bergman and his lover, frequent collaborator and, ultimately, dear friend, actress Liv Ullmann.
Ullmann delivers some real insight into Bergman, who comes across as both a professional genius and a petty control freak.
... it shows how much Liv's life changed the filmmaker's appearance... [Full review in Spanish]
There's a much more insightful film that could be made from their relationship, which is not to say that 'Liv & Ingmar' is useless.
Actress Liv Ullmann wistfully deconstructs her 5-year love affair and enduring 42-year relationship with the late director Ingmar Bergman.
Forget Liz and Dick or Brangelina, for true art-house fans -- who could be called the Criterion Set today -- Bergman and Ullman are the couple we want to know about, and this doc really delivers the goods.
The documentary not only humanizes Ingmar Bergman as the absent lover-cum-father of everyday life, but works as a priceless oral history of cinema.
A moving, candid, and intimate documentary filled with many magical moments.
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