Mostly feels disappointingly small, but some of the behind the scene footage from Bergman’s greatest films — his chats with Ingrid Bergman in Autumn Sonata, for example, make it worthwhile. Impossible to watch without any love or knowledge of his major works though.
There are snippets of great footage (giving Ingrid direction, goofing off on Cries and Whispers), but being an hour long and padded is a bad sign. von Trier's "interview" seemed more like a low-fi camera mic hooked up to an improptu speakerphone call. Actually, they all felt that way.