Fanny And Alexander

  • 1982
  • Movie
  • R
  • Drama

Steering away from the pain, neuroses, and heavy metaphysical questions showcased in his earlier work, Ingmar Bergman created this film based on childhood memories of the turn of the century. FANNY AND ALEXANDER begins with the Ekdahl family's Christmas celebration, their large home serving as the meeting place for a merry celebration by family members...read more

(Movie Clip) Old Hag
Wintry outdoor shots from director Ingmar Bergman, abbreviated credits, and the introduction of matriarch Helena (Gunn Wallgren) and some of her house (more…)
(Movie Clip) Fireworks Show
At the Christmas party, mother Emilie (Ewa Froling) visiting with a cousin then Uncle Carl (Borje Ahlstedt) takes Alexander (Bertil Guve), Fanny (Pern (more…)
(Movie Clip) Not For Pleasure Alone
The absorbing opening, introducing Bertil Guve as Alexander, mostly alone in the family home in Uppsala, holiday season in early 20th century Sweden, (more…)

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  • Released: 1982
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Steering away from the pain, neuroses, and heavy metaphysical questions showcased in his earlier work, Ingmar Bergman created this film based on childhood memories of the turn of the century. FANNY AND ALEXANDER begins with the Ekdahl family's Christmas c… (more)

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