Sunday's Children (1992)
as Aunt Emma
as The Nurse
as Onkel Carl
as The Grandmother
as The Watchmaker
as The Girl
Critic Reviews for Sunday's Children
Ingmar Bergman's portrait of his younger and older selves is unsparing, as funny as it is sullen, ultimately touching.
Immensely sympathetic, viewed either as a self-contained work or as part of the Bergman canon, it is written by Ingmar and directed by his son Daniel.
It's really little more than a single anecdote, but an anecdote so full of mirrors, so magically placed, that the film manages to reflect the future while also revealing new interpretations of the past.
Ingmar Bergman's days behind the camera may be over, but he apparently still has a worthwhile story or two left to tell.
There's little here you haven't seen in other artists' summer reminiscences. But there's something delicate and magical about this particular season, probably because of the knowledge that you are tapping directly into Bergman's childhood.
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