Product DetailsFanny and Alexander — The Theatrical Version Through the eyes of ten-year-old Alexander (Bertil Guve), we witness the great delights and conflicts of the Ekdahl family, a sprawling, convivial bourgeois clan in turn-of-the-century Sweden, in Ingmar Bergman’s intended swan song, Fanny and Alexander. Fanny and Alexander — The Television Version Ingmar Bergman has described Fanny and Alexander as “the sum total of my life as a filmmaker.” And in this, the full-length (312-minute) version of his triumphant valediction, his vision is expressed at its fullest. The Making of Fanny and Alexander Directed by Ingmar Bergman himself, this feature-length documentary chronicles the methods of one of cinema’s true luminaries as he labors to realize his crowning production.
Store CommentsSpecial Features * New restored high-definition digital transfers * Ingmar Bergman’s feature-length documentary The Making of Fanny and Alexander, presented here for the first time on DVD in a new high-definition digital transfer * Ingmar Bergman Bids Farewell to Film, a 60-minute conversation between Bergman and Nils Petter Sundgren made for Swedish television in 1984 * Audio commentary on the theatrical version by film scholar Peter Cowie * A Bergman Tapestry: Fanny and Alexander, a new documentary featuring exclusive interviews with cast and crew * Rare introductions by Bergman to eleven of his films * A selection of Bergman theatrical trailers * Costume sketches and video footage of the models for the film’s sets * Stills gallery * Optional English-dubbed soundtrack on the theatrical version * New and improved English subtitle translation * Plus: a booklet featuring new essays by novelist Rick Moody, documentarian and film historian Stig Björkman, and film scholar Paul Arthur
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