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A Swedish actress with dreams of following her vocation to stardom, Ingrid Bergman managed to enchant a worldwide audience during her time in front of a camera, with classics such as “Casablanca,” “Spellbound,” and “The Bells of St. Mary” helping to solidify her status as an industry icon. However, after a charging through a career during her twenties and thirties, Bergman relaxed her desire to act, becoming a mystery to many as she relocated around the globe and enjoyed the comfort of several husbands. “Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words” is director Stig Bjorkman’s attempt to demystify the woman who brought special emotional power to the screen, using access to home movies, diaries, letters, and offspring to shape Bergman’s personality in a way that might surprise even longtime fans. Read the rest at


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