March 29, 2022

Bergman Island (Drama) (Review)

Bergman Island (Drama) (Review)

Movies First with Alex First
Episode 974
Answering the big question...should I see this movie?
Bergman Island (Drama)
A couple retreat to the island that inspired Ingmar Bergman to write screenplays for their upcoming films when the lines...


Movies First with Alex First
Episode 974
Answering the big question...should I see this movie?
Bergman Island (Drama)
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.
Director
Mia Hansen-Løve (regisseur)
Writer
Mia Hansen-Løve
Stars
Vicky Krieps - Tim Roth - Grace Delrue – IMDb
Trailer: https://www.imdb.com/video/vi4038247193?playlistId=tt6910282&ref_=tt_ov_vi

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Transcript

Bergman Island AI Transcript

[00:00:00] Alex First: Visionary filmmaker, Ingmar Bergman who died in Farrow an island off the Baltic coast of his 90 of Sweden at the age of 89 in 2007 is regarded as one of the finest auteurs, a couple, a highly respected filmmaker and an emerging talent traveled to Fairo to undertake a residency there and find inspiration for their next project.

They sleep in the same bedroom that Bergman shot scenes of a marriage in 1974, Bergman was noted for his moody pessimistic Samba story. The husband, Tony, Tim Roth, who delivers eloquent cinematic masterclasses has no trouble finishing his lightest screenplay, but his younger partner, Chris Vicky, Crips is struggling with her writing.

And when she turns to him, he doesn't prophet anything of meaning to her in time, she relates the story she's crafted thus far, which is missing. It concerns a couple that met when the girl Amy played as an adult by me, it was a Cosco was 15 and the lead Joseph and his Danielson Lee 17, they were inseparable for a while.

Their lives continued to intersect thereafter before they met up again, four years after she had a child with another man, they were both attending a mutual friend's wedding on Pharaoh. I remind drawn to one another and again, the sparks fly, but she yearns for more than he can give as Bergman island reaches its climax, the two threads intersect and you're unsure. What's real. And what's imaginary fact and fiction are deliberately. Slowly paced and masterfully written and directed by me or Hanson love. She allows her character's space to breathe, to soak up the atmosphere and their surrounds art house in style.

It's reverential with Bergman references everywhere against that. The movie deals with plotting a path of meaning to each of the participants. However, that might look the performances and natural and free for. Roth is laid back as Tony playing a character comfortable in his own skin. Crips imbues Chris with an inquisitive nature, displaying playfulness, frustration, and vulnerability was a Oscar paints.

Amy is needy Danielson. Lee characterizes. Joseph is more aloof with a guilty conscience. The wind swept island with its historic houses is a character in and of itself as well as the most appropriate. This is a film about the human condition with all its complexities and vicissitudes. It's an emotional roller coaster in which never guiding a path to inner peace and satisfaction is never easy or straightforward.

Bergman island is layered and challenging a work of rare quality and beauty, most suitable for a select audience. It scores an eight out of 10.