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Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art says
Fanny and Alexander was meant to be the end. Ingmar Bergman had decided to make one final cinematic statement before retiring to a life of theatre, television, and writing. While he would eventually return behind the camera for 2003's Saraband, Fanny and Alexander is the great director's grand declaration – a sweeping, loosely-autobiographical portrait of a family through the eyes of two young siblings set in turn-of-the-century Sweden. The film, which would become the most expensive Swedish film produced at the time, is an opulent production of great vivacity, featuring dozens of individual speaking roles.

Fanny and Alexander will screen from an archival 35mm film print. This screening will be of the theatrical cut of the film.

1.30pm Sun 19 Mar (3hr 8mins)
GOMA | Cinema A | Free

Find out more about the 'Through a Glass, Darkly: The Films of Ingmar Bergman' film program
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By: Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art