Ingrid Bergman [ˌiŋːɹid ˈbæɹːʝman] (* August in Stockholm; † August in London) war eine schwedische Schauspielerin. Die dreifache. Die Schauspielerin Ingrid Bergmann sei eine frühemanzipierte Frau gewesen, sagte Thilo Wydra, Autor der Biografie "Ingrid Bergman: Ein. Ingrid Bergman war eine schwedische Schauspielerin. Die dreifache Oscar-Preisträgerin gilt als eine der bedeutendsten und populärsten Schauspielerinnen der Filmgeschichte. Bei einer Umfrage des American Film Institute wurde sie im Jahr auf.
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Swedish Daily reported that Bergman seems vague, cool and lack of charisma. Bergman was hurt by mostly negative reviews from the media of her native land.
Stig Ahlgren was the most harsh when he labelled her a clever businesswoman, not an actress. Their final effort in was La Paura Fear , based on a play by Austro-Jewish writer Stefan Zweig's novella Angst about adultery and blackmail.
She is having an affair with a man whose ex-lover, turns up and blackmails her. The woman demands money, threatening to tell her husband about the affair if Bergman doesn't pay her off.
Under constant threats, Bergman is pressed to the point of committing suicide. Rossellini's use of a Hollywood star in his typically "neorealist" films, in which he normally used non-professional actors, provoked some negative reactions in certain circles.
While the movies Bergman made with Rossellini were commercial failures, somehow the films have garnered a great appreciation and attention in the recent times.
According to Jordan Cronk in his article reviewing the movies, their work has inspired a beginning of a modern cinematic era.
Rossellini's films during the Bergman era ponder issues of complex psychology as depicted by Bergman in films like Stromboli , Europa '51 and Journey to Italy.
After separating from Rossellini, Bergman starred in Jean Renoir 's Elena and Her Men Elena et les Hommes , , a romantic comedy in which she played a Polish princess caught up in political intrigue.
Bergman and Renoir had been wanting to work together. In Elena and Her Men , in which Renoir written for her, she plays a down-on-her-luck Polish princess, Elena Sorokowska.
The film was a hit in Paris when it premiered in September Was there ever a more sensuous actress in the movies? In , Bergman also starred in a French adaptation of stage production of Tea and Sympathy.
Bergman played the wife of the headmaster. She is supportive of the young man, grows closer to him and later has sex with him, as a way to "prove" and support his masculinity.
It was a smash hit. Twentieth Century Fox had bought the rights to Anastasia with Anatole Litvak slated to direct. Buddy Adler , the executive producer wanted Bergman, then a still controversial figure in the States, to return to the American screen after a seven-year absence.
Fox agreed to take a chance, making her a box-office risk to play the leading role. Filming was going to be made in England, Paris, and Copenhagen.
Anastasia tells the story of a woman who may be the sole surviving member of the Romanov family. Yul Brynner is the scheming general, who tries to pass her off as the single surviving daughter of the late Tsar Nicholas II.
He hopes to use her to collect a hefty inheritance. Bosley Crowther wrote in the New York Times , "It is a beautifully molded performance, worthy of an Academy Award and particularly gratifying in the light of Miss Bergman's long absence from commendable films.
With her role in Anastasia , Bergman made a triumphant return to working for a Hollywood studio albeit in a film produced in Europe and won the Academy Award for Best Actress for a second time.
Cary Grant accepted the award on her behalf. Its director, Anatole Litvak , described her as "one of the greatest actresses in the world":.
Ingrid looks better now than she ever did. She's 42, but she looks divine. She is a simple, straightforward human being. Through all her troubles she held to the conviction that she had been true to herself and it made her quite a person.
She is happy in her new marriage, her three children by Rossellini are beautiful, and she adores them. After Anastasia, Bergman starred in Indiscreet , a romantic comedy directed by Stanley Donen.
She plays a successful London stage actress, Anna Kalman, who falls in love with Philip Adams, a diplomat played by Cary Grant. The film is based on the play ' Kind Sir ' written by Norman Krasna.
Although unmarried, he tells her that he is married but cannot get a divorce. He does so, in order to remain single.
Cecil Parker and Phyllis Calvert also co-starred. Bergman later starred in the picture The Inn of the Sixth Happiness , based on a true story about Gladys Aylward, who was a Christian missionary in China.
Despite many obstacles, she is able to win the hearts of the natives, through patience and sincerity.
In the film's climatic scene, she leads a group of orphaned children to safety, to escape from the Japanese invasion. The New York Times wrote, "the justification of her achievements is revealed by no other displays than those of Miss Bergman's mellow beauty, friendly manner and melting charm.
Bergman made her first post-scandal public appearance in Hollywood at the 30th Academy Awards in , as presenter of the award for Best Picture , and received a standing ovation when introduced.
She played a governess to two little children, who are haunted by the ghost of their previous caretaker.
For this performance, she was awarded the Emmy for best dramatic performance by an actress. In , Bergman's second American television production, Twenty-four Hours in a Woman's Life , was produced by her third husband, Lars Schmidt.
Paula is in relationship with Roger Demarest, a womanizer, played by Yves Montand. Roger loves Paula but reluctant to give up his womanizing ways.
When Perkins starts pursuing her, the lonely Paula is suddenly forced to choose between the two men. In , Schmidt also co-produced his wife's third venture into American television, Hedda Gabler , made for BBC and CBS.
She played the titular character opposite Michael Redgrave and Ralph Richardson. On 23 September , The Visit premiered.
Based on Friedrich Dürrenmatt's play, Der Besuch der alten Dame; eine tragische Komödie, it starred Bergman and Anthony Quinn.
She plays Karla Zachanassian, the world's richest woman, who returns to her birthplace, seeking revenge.
On 13 May , Anthony Asquith 's The Yellow Rolls-Royce premiered. According to The Times , "The production would hardly have exerted this special appeal without the presence of Ingrid Bergman.
In , Bergman acted in only one project, an hour-long television version of Jean Cocteau 's one-character play, The Human Voice.
The New York Times praised her performance, calling it a tour-de-force. The Times of London echoed the same sentiment, describing it as a great dramatic performance through this harrowing monologue.
In , Bergman was cast in a short episode of Swedish anthology film, Stimulantia. Her segment which is based on the Guy de Maupassant's The Jewellery reunited her with Gustaf Molander.
Bergman, Colleen Dewhurst , and Arthur Hill appeared in the leading roles. The show closed on 2 March after performances.
Bergman wished to work in American films again, following a long hiatus. Here, she played a prim spinster,  a dental nurse-receptionist who is secretly in love with her boss, the dentist, played by Matthau.
Howard Thompson wrote in the New York Times :. The teaming of Matthau, whose dour, craggy virility now supplants the easy charm of Barry Nelson , and the ultra-feminine Miss Bergman, in a rare comedy venture, was inspirational on somebody's part.
The lady is delightful as a now 'Swedish iceberg', no longer young, who flowers radiantly while running interference for the boss's romantic bumbling.
The two stars mesh perfectly. On 9 April , Guy Green 's A Walk in the Spring Rain had its world premiere.
She accompanies him on his sabbatical in the Tennessee mountains, where he intends to write a book. She meets a local handyman, Will Cade Anthony Quinn , and they form a mutual attraction.
The screenplay was based on the romantic novel written by Rachel Maddux. The New York Times in its review wrote, "Striving mightily and looking lovely, Miss Bergman seems merely a petulant woman who falls into the arms of Quinn for novelty, from boredom with her equally bored husband, [Weaver], pecking away on a book in their temporary mountain retreat.
On 18 February , Captain Brassbound's Conversion , a play based on George Bernard Shaw's work, made a debut at London theatre.
She took on the role of a woman whose husband has taken up with a woman half her age. Although the play was a commercial success, critics were not very receptive of Bergman's British accent.
She made an appearance in one episode of The Bob Hope Show in Senator Charles H. Percy entered an apology into the Congressional Record for the verbal attack made on Bergman on 14 March by Edwin C.
Percy noted that she had been "the victim of bitter attack in this chamber 22 years ago. On 27 September , Fielder Cook 's From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs.
Basil E. Frankweiler premiered. Also that year, Bergman was the president of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival. This gave her the opportunity to remind him about the letter she had written, some ten years ago, asking him to cast her in one of his pictures.
Knowing that Ingmar would be attending, she made a copy of his long-ago reply, and put it in his pocket. He didn't reply again, for two years.
Next, Bergman returned to London's West End and appeared with John Gielgud in The Constant Wife ,  which was a critical success.
The theatre was consistently packed. The Daily Telegraph found the play "unusually entertaining," while Harold Hobson of The Sunday Times was still peeved at Bergman for playing yet another English woman with a "strange accent".
Bergman became one of the few actresses ever to receive three Oscars when she won her third and first in the category of Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Murder on the Orient Express Director Sidney Lumet had offered Bergman the important part of Princess Dragomiroff, with which he felt she could win an Oscar.
She insisted on playing the much smaller role of Greta Ohlsson, the old Swedish missionary. Lumet discussed Bergman's role:.
She had chosen a very small part, and I couldn't persuade her to change her mind. Since her part was so small, I decided to film her one big scene, where she talks for almost five minutes, straight, all in one long take.
A lot of actresses would have hesitated over that. She loved the idea, and made the most of it. She ran the gamut of emotions. I've never seen anything like it.
At the Academy Awards, film director Jean Renoir was to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution to the motion picture industry.
As he was ill at the time, he asked that Ingrid Bergman accept this award on his behalf. Bergman made a speech of acceptance that praised his films and the "compassion that marked all his works" as well as his teaching of both young filmmakers and audiences.
When the award was announced, in her surprised and unrehearsed remarks, she remarked to the audience that Valentina Cortese should have won the award for her role   in Day for Night , by Truffaut.
Bergman and Cortese spent the rest of the evening in each other's company, and were the subject of many photographs. The audience gave her a standing ovation when she appeared on stage.
She joked that she hardly knew Welles and they only invited her because she was working across the street. Once we've finally given up on the plot - a meandering and jumbled business - we're left with the opportunity to contemplate Ingrid Bergman at And to contemplate Ingrid Bergman at any age is, I submit, a passable way to spend one's time.
From to , Bergman returned to the London's West with Wendy Hiller in Waters of the Moon. The play became the great new hit of the season.
In , Bergman appeared in Autumn Sonata Höstsonaten , by accomplished Swedish filmmaker, Ingmar Bergman no relation , for which she received her seventh—and final—Academy Award nomination.
She did not attend the awards, due to her illness. This was her final cinema performance. The film gave her the opportunity to work with Liv Ullmann , another well-known and respected Scandinavian artist.
Eva is married to a clergyman and they care for her sister, Helena, who is severely disabled, paralyzed, and unable to speak clearly.
Immortalised in a giant mural on a public staircase off Via Fiamignano in the north Rome suburbs. The first in a series of three portraits of female icons of cinema.
Was referred to by Nicole Kidman during the after show speech after winning her SAG awards. Her final scene in Casablanca with Bogart was spoofed by host Billy Crystal who appears as Victor Laszlo in the opening montage for the 72nd Annual Academy Awards Has an archive at the Wesleyan University under The Ingrid Bergman Collection.
According to Pantheon website which ranking popularity by Wikipedia page views, Ingrid Bergman ranked no 1 among actors from Sweden, followed by Greta Garbo and Max Von Sydow.
Ingrid Bergman biography is available in 86 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 41st most popular actor in Wikipedia.
Was once referred to in Donald Trump's 'How to Get Rich' book. The Billy Rose Tribute to Ingrid Bergman was held at Museum of Modern Art, New York City from Dec.
Katharine Hepburn's niece, Katharine Houghton told that Bergman was one of the few women that Hepburn was insanely jealous of because of the fling Bergman and Spencer Tracy had had during the filming of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Bergman was diagnosed with breast cancer in , and for months she refused to see a doctor.
Film critic, Roger Ebert cited that his favorite actress was Ingrid Bergman because of the ethereal quality of her persona. According to her daughter, Pia Lindstrom, Ingrid Bergman fell in love a lot.
With Lars Schmidt, they got divorced, but he still took care of her, financially, the business thing and everything. Ingrid Bergman has been immortalised in a giant mural on a public staircase off Via Fiamignano in the north Rome suburbs near the Ipogeo Degli Ottavi train station.
Is located near Primavalle where Bergman and her husband, Roberto Rossellini, filmed many scenes from Europa ' In sfgate. Bergman was picked at no 3 behind Katharine Hepburn and Bette Davis Was voted in the list of 10 best actresses by the Members of The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association Anthony Quinn was quoted as saying about Bergman: "I reckon there wasn't a man who came within a mile of her who didn't fall in love with her".
In an interview with Vanity Fair in , Helen Mirren confessed that she hoped her legacy would extend beyond blood ancestors, saying, "I can watch film of Ingrid Bergman, Katherine Hepburn, you look and say, 'She was brilliant!
In an interview with The Baltimore Sun in , Donald Trump was asked who is the most beautiful woman in the US today. He replied "I'd rather not say about today, because a lot of people will get upset with me, but Ingrid Bergman, Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren, they are more beautiful than the so-called great beauties of these days, except for my wife, who is truly a great beauty.
I'm a fan as well, and this is what I do. But you should have seen her. What a knockout. In , more than members of The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association pick their list of the 10 best actresses, from Ingrid Bergman to Meryl Streep.
The lineup also includes Cate Blanchett, Bette Davis, Viola Davis, Jane Fonda, Katharine Hepburn, Isabelle Huppert, Julianne Moore and Barbara Stanwyck.
On the latest list of insider. While touring US Army bases with Jack Benny, Ingrid met harmonica player, Larry Adler. Their romance ended when she met photographer Robert Capa.
It was a huge event in Fjällbacka when Ingrid came. Here comes the century's most famous film star to stay for the summer. Amazing, Ingrid soon found the peace and quiet she was looking for in Fjällbacka.
The villages had great respect for her privacy. It even went so far that Ingrid complained that nobody came calling. She joined the local sailing school run by Lasse Lundberg.
He became a lifelong friend and taught Ingrid and her children to sail. Ingrid then arranged a sailing competition round Dannholmen, for the children in the sailing club every year.
The prices were given out on Dannholmen by Ingrid herself. Spent many summers on Danholmen Island after she and Lars Schmidt bought a home there in And it is there that her ashes were scattered after her death in Bergman met Lars Schmidt while she was filming Paris Does Strange Things with Jean Renoir, and they fell in love.
Schmidt who had parted with his first wife and Bergman, having separated from her then-husband Italian director Roberto Rossellini, found happiness once again and were married in December Gary Cooper was dismayed how his romance with Ingrid ended after making For Whom the Bell Tolls with her in He said 'In my whole life I've never had a woman so much in love with me as Ingrid Bergman was.
The day after the picture ended, I couldn't get her on the phone. Burgess Meredith worked with Ingrid Bergman on Broadway in 'Liliom' and insiders claim they had a brief fling before she ventured back to Sweden Her granddaughter, Elettra Wiedermann wore her dress to the Met Gala.
Notorious starring Bergman and Grant is Hitchcock's daughter Patricia most favorite movie of her father. Renoir then made a more interesting choice to create a romantic comedy for Bergman, since he always wanted to see her laugh onscreen.
He decided on a political story involving a general, which underscored Bergman's grandeur that was bigger than her stardom. The film would feature three suitors to Bergman's role and was titled Elena and Her Men.
Hyde Tracy tried hard to get her but it appears she only had eyes for Fleming. She and Tracy would eventually have an affair and it would grate on Kate Hepburn's mind for years.
There were even stories of Kate staking out a hotel brandishing a shotgun, convinced that Tracy and Bergman were shacked up inside.
In , a forlorn Bergman met Jean Renoir backstage on the production of his play, Orvet. Years prior, Renoir rejected her inquiry about doing a film with him, noting that she was "too big of a star" then, but when her "fall" would come he'd be "there with the net".
Now, she reminded him, the time had come. In celebrating Casablanca's 60th anniversary, all three of Bergman's daughter appeared in Larry King's Live to talk about their mother's legacy, successes and failures Though hailed from Europe, Bergman also had relatives in the United States.
She kept in close contact with her aunt Blenda, her father's sister, as well as Blenda's son Carl and grandson Norman.
Ingrid and Norman exchanged letters and met in different locations throughout the USA, France, and England. Has a wax figure displayed at Madame Tussauds, Hollywood, California.
Has a statue of her as Ilsa Lund from an InfiniteStatue's collection. Rossellini, during their marriage would not let Bergman work with other directors.
Michael Parkinson who interviewed Bergman in , admitted to falling in love with her the first time he saw her on screen at his local cinema.
Despite Rossellini's resistance, she left him to make a film, Elena and Her Men with Jean Renoir, and later acted in a Parisian stage production of Robert Anderson's Tea and Sympathy, during which she had a possible affair with the playwright.
Signed a contract with UFA to work in Germany. After seeing the control the Nazis had over production there, however, she'd walked away from the deal after making just one film, The Four Companions She later regret her decision, perhaps the only decision she had regret in her whole life.
Ingmar Bergman chose to write about Dollar for Aftonbladet in , praising its "poise and perfectionism"-qualities that he felt typified Molander's comedies.
As for Ingrid Bergman, he pronounced her "beautifully alluring" in the film. In , Bergman was voted "most admired movie star" of the previous year in a poll of thirty thousand Swedish film fans.
She was only 23 years old. Mathias Weimann, the German actor who was playing Bergman's husband in Fear talked her into leaving Rosellini. In Fear , Bergman was doing two versions, one German, one English.
Rossellini was against Bergman working with other directors. Zeffirelli, Fellini, Visconti and Di Sica all wanted to work with Bergman and they were furious with Rosselini because he would not let them.
Bergman's producer husband, Lars Schmidt produced three of her TV appearances; 24 Hours in a Woman's Life CBS-TV, , Hedda Gabler CBS-TV, and The Human Voice ABC-TV, Never regretted about turning down the roles in The Snake Pit and The Farmer's Daughter which won the leading actresses an Oscar.
When Bergman agreed to do Anastasia , her husband Roberto Rossellini threatened to drive the Ferrari into a tree. In fact, in the past he always frightened his wife with suicide threat and it would be on Ingrid's conscience.
In early , Howard Hughes made a phone call to Ingrid. She was drying off her hair with the dryer with her other hand. Hughes said "Ingrid, I just bought a studio for you.
Bergman soon landed more movie roles in her native Sweden, including the romantic drama Intermezzo. The following year, she married Swedish doctor Petter Lindstrom.
The couple eventually had a daughter together, Friedel Pia. After seeing Ingrid Bergman in Intermezzo , American film producer David O.
Selznick hired her to star in the English language remake of the film. Following this film's successful release in , Selznick signed Bergman to a multiyear contract.
She made a stop on Broadway before tackling Hollywood, appearing in a production of Liliom. Her early American film work presented Bergman as a woman of virtue.
She played a devoted governess in Adam Had Four Sons , and portrayed a loyal wife in Rage in Heaven In , Bergman gave a stellar performance as a woman torn between two men—played by Humphrey Bogart and Paul Henreid—during wartime in Casablanca.
Her character, Ilsa Lund, puts the good of a political resistance movement ahead of her own heart in this popular film. With the success of Casablanca , Bergman quickly became a full-fledged movie star.
Ingrid Bergman was one of the greatest actresses from Hollywood's lamented Golden Era. Her natural and unpretentious beauty and her immense acting talent made her one of the most celebrated figures in the history of American cinema.
Bergman is also one of the most Oscar-awarded actresses, tied with Meryl Streep , both second only to Katharine Born: August 29 , in Stockholm, Sweden.
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During this time she also earned acclaim for two thrillers directed by Alfred Hitchcock : Spellbound , in which she played a psychiatrist attempting to help an amnesiac patient Gregory Peck , and Notorious , an espionage drama that costarred Cary Grant.
Bergman continued to show her impressive range by playing the titular character in Joan of Arc , for which she received her fourth Academy Award nomination.
During the filming of Stromboli , Bergman began a love affair with the Italian director Roberto Rossellini , and they had a son before she obtained a divorce from her first husband.
A scandal ensued—a U. During this time she married —57 Rossellini, and the couple had two more children, including Isabella Rossellini , who became a noted model and actress.
Bergman made a triumphant Hollywood comeback in Anastasia , for which she won her second Academy Award. She continued to appear in Hollywood productions, including The Inn of the Sixth Happiness , as well as in European films.
She won her third Oscar, for best supporting actress, for her role in the highly successful film Murder on the Orient ExpressI'm just a woman, another human being. On 10 Julyat the age of 21, in Stöde Bergman married a dentist, Petter Aron Lindström 1 March — 24 Maywho later became a neurosurgeon. The play became the great new hit of the season. Actress in Film uncredited. Brenda Fricker. Cecil Parker and Phyllis Calvert also co-starred. The very first Montreal World Film Festival was held in Ingrid Bergman As part of its dedication to the female Inuyasha Stream of Italian cinema, Bergman was immortalised in a mural on a public staircase off Via Fiamignano near Rome. He used his enormous fortune from patents to institute the Nobel Prizes. She peers into the eyes, searching Alfons Sonnbichler meaning and clues, and when she is in a Sandy Bay two-shot with an actor, watch the way her own eyes reflect the most minute changes in his expression. Ingrid: Ingrid Bergman, A Werder Vs Dortmund Biography. He coaxed her to be more understated and neutral, while his camera concentrated the expression in the micro-movement of her face. She joked that she hardly knew Welles and Ingrid Bergman only invited her because she was working across the street. Los Angeles Review of Books. She was sitting in a Paris bathtub inlistening to the Oscars broadcast on the radio, when she Lorenzo Richelmy Cary Granther friend for many years, accept her Best Actress Milk Movie.
Sie stammen aus Ingrid Bergman 1980er Jahren und sind 1992 Ingrid Bergman mal in einem Album Glitch Kritik Reihe Carlsen Lux erschienen. - InhaltsverzeichnisVerhältnis zu Russland "Nicht die Sanktionsschraube weiter anziehen". Bergman's first film experience was as an extra in the film Landskampan experience she described as "walking on holy ground". All Rights Reserved. They all won that night, Bergman for Gaslight8d Audio first of her three Academy Awards. Was effectively blacklisted in for having an affair with director Roberto Rossellini and having a Pilzkopf Frisur Damen out of wedlock with him.Berühmte Frauen berühmter Männer Berühmte Italienerinnen. Die Mehrzahl seiner Filme sind The Crucifixion Gattung des Filmdramas zuzurechnen, er drehte aber auch Komödien und Dokumentationen. Teilen Twittern Mailen. Sollten Sie RechteinhaberIn eines Bildes und mit der Verwendung auf dieser Seite nicht einverstanden sein, setzen Sie sich bitte mit Fembio in Verbindung. Ingrid Bergman was born on August 29, in Stockholm, Sweden, to a German mother, Frieda Henrietta (Adler), and a Swedish father, Justus Samuel Bergman, an artist and photographer. Her mother died when she was only two and her father died when she was She went to live with an elderly uncle. Ingrid brought with her from Sweden her Nordic good looks and every man’s vision of the American Dream, but her dream marriage to dentist Peter Aron Lindstrom fell short when she cheated with her. Ingrid Bergman (29 August – 29 August ) was a Swedish actress who starred in a variety of European and American films, television movies, and plays. With a career spanning 50 years, she is often regarded as one of the most influential screen figures in film history. About Ingrid Bergman Ingrid Bergman was born in Stockholm, Sweden on August 29, Her mother, Friedel Adler Bergman, a Hamburg, Germany native, died when Ingrid was just three years old. Ingrid’s father, Justus Samuel Bergman, a Swede, raised Ingrid until his death, when she was Ingrid Bergman was one of the greatest actresses from Hollywood's lamented Golden Era. Her natural and unpretentious beauty and her immense acting talent made her one of the most celebrated figures in the history of American cinema. Bergman is also one of the most Oscar-awarded actresses, tied with Meryl Streep, both second only to Katharine. Ingrid Bergman war eine schwedische Schauspielerin. Die dreifache Oscar-Preisträgerin gilt als eine der bedeutendsten und populärsten Schauspielerinnen der Filmgeschichte. Bei einer Umfrage des American Film Institute wurde sie im Jahr auf. Ingrid Bergman [ˌiŋːɹid ˈbæɹːʝman] (* August in Stockholm; † August in London) war eine schwedische Schauspielerin. Die dreifache. Ernst Ingmar Bergman [ˌiŋːmaɾ ˈbæɾːʝman] (* Juli in Uppsala, Schweden; † Juli auf Fårö, Schweden) war ein schwedischer. Ich weinte die ganze Zeit und hatte entsetzliche Schuldgefühle " Aber es sollte noch schlimmer kommen: Auch Ingrid Bergmans zweite Ehe erwies sich als Fiasko.