Imagine: Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words, review: an insight into a beloved star who never learned to love herself
Certainly Bergman’s diary entries suggested a woman, loved by millions, who never quite learned to love herself. She worried about her legacy, felt uneasy about her success at a time when so many actors were out of work and questioned her feelings for her many lovers, who …
Nov 09, 2015 · Her beloved father died, and so did her grandfather, one of her friends, an aunt, an uncle, and a cousin. As we later learn, Bergman’s mother died when she was just three and two older siblings died long before she was born.
Ingrid Bergman – “In Her Own Words” (2015) Ingrid Bergman was a rare and brave woman, and she was of course a big and genuine actress of the very few who lived and died for art no matter the consequences for herself, her children and her husbands.
Beautiful Ingrid Bergman snaps time between pictures, to show up in person in Berlin and elsewhere. When Ingrid Bergman comes to Berlin, she performs only for the Americans. Germans are not admitted. Dear Ruth, I’ve met someone who means a lot to me. He’s Robert Capa, a famous war photographer. We traveled from Paris to Berlin together. I’ve fallen in love.
It offers a rare insight into the life of a very private film star. we should celebrate her anew. Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words is on at the BFI London Film Festival today and tomorrow
Imagine: Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words, review: an insight into a beloved star who never learned to love herself The Telegraph › Lifestyle › 6 months ago It’s extraordinary to imagine now but Ingrid Bergman was once seen as a danger to American womanhood.
― Ingrid Bergman Ingrid at age fourteen. Ingrid’s mother, Frieda, dies when she is only two years old. Her father, Justus, is an interesting man, an artist, but also a man obsessed with cameras and video.