How the imagination at once mirrors, deflects, and rearranges reality, especially in childhood, constitutes one of the myriad strands that make up the core of Ingmar Bergman's monumental Fanny and Alexander.
Bergman's epic and mature masterpiece about childhood.
| Original Score: 5/5
like all the bits of Bergman's other films thrown into a blender, with the miraculous artistry being how well it holds together despite its shifts in tone and point of view
| Original Score: 4/4
| Original Score: 5/6