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The Roberto Rossellini - Ingrid Bergman Collection
  • Description

    In 1950, one of Italy’s most celebrated filmmakers, Roberto Rossellini, and one of Hollywood’s greatest screen stars, Ingrid Bergman, came together to make the classic Stromboli, Land of God. On the production of that film they embarked, not only on an extraordinary artistic collaboration, but also on an affair which would send shockwaves throughout the film world. By 1954, their real-life relationship was crumbling, and films such as Journey to Italy seemed to echo this change.

    This numbered, limited edition brings together three of Rossellini and Bergman’s greatest collaborations –Stromboli, Land of God, Journey to Italy, and Fear – in new digital restorations, and presents extensive extra features, including Rossellini’s rare 1952 feature film The Machine That Kills Bad People, Francesco Patierno’s 2012 documentary The War of the Volcanoes, and Isabella Rossellini’s and personal My Dad is 100 Years Old (2005, dir. Guy Maddin).

    Stromboli Land of God Italy, USA | 1950 | 1.33:1 | black and white | Italian language with English subtitles | 100 mins

    Journey to Italy Italy, France | 1954 | 1.33:1 | black and white | English language | 86 mins

    Fear Germany, Italy | 1954 | 1.33:1 | black and white | English language | 83 mins

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Ingrid Bergman, George Sanders, Mario Vitale
    Director:
    Roberto Rossellini
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Run Time:
    332 mins approx.
    studio:
    BFI
    Theatrical Release Year:
    1950, 1954

The Roberto Rossellini - Ingrid Bergman Collection

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  • Description

    In 1950, one of Italy’s most celebrated filmmakers, Roberto Rossellini, and one of Hollywood’s greatest screen stars, Ingrid Bergman, came together to make the classic Stromboli, Land of God. On the production of that film they embarked, not only on an extraordinary artistic collaboration, but also on an affair which would send shockwaves throughout the film world. By 1954, their real-life relationship was crumbling, and films such as Journey to Italy seemed to echo this change.

    This numbered, limited edition brings together three of Rossellini and Bergman’s greatest collaborations –Stromboli, Land of God, Journey to Italy, and Fear – in new digital restorations, and presents extensive extra features, including Rossellini’s rare 1952 feature film The Machine That Kills Bad People, Francesco Patierno’s 2012 documentary The War of the Volcanoes, and Isabella Rossellini’s and personal My Dad is 100 Years Old (2005, dir. Guy Maddin).

    Stromboli Land of God Italy, USA | 1950 | 1.33:1 | black and white | Italian language with English subtitles | 100 mins

    Journey to Italy Italy, France | 1954 | 1.33:1 | black and white | English language | 86 mins

    Fear Germany, Italy | 1954 | 1.33:1 | black and white | English language | 83 mins

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Ingrid Bergman, George Sanders, Mario Vitale
    Director:
    Roberto Rossellini
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    3
    Run Time:
    332 mins approx.
    studio:
    BFI
    Theatrical Release Year:
    1950, 1954
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