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2015 | Color | 114:00

In 2011, Stig Björkman meets with Ingrid Bergman’s daughter, Isabella Rossellini, who proposes that he “make a film about Mama,” incorporating private archives, notes, letters, diaries, and interviews with her children, this documentary presents a personal portrait, offering viewers a vision of the remarkable life of a young Swedish woman who won three Academy Awards and became one of world’s most famous actresses.

Country: Suecia
Direction: Björkman; Stig
Script: Björkman; Stig, Gardell; Stina, Daubenbüchel; Dominika
Production: Gardell; Stina
Photography: Dahlgren; Eva, Korkeasalo; Malin
Sound: Adamson; Mario
Music: Nyman; Michael
Cast:Rossellini; Isabella, Rossellini; Ingrid, Rossellini; Roberto, Lindström; Pia, Mariani; Fiorella, Ullmann; Liv, Weaver; Sigourney, Basinger; Jeanine
Participation year at FICM: 2015

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