1982: Fanny and Alexander


– Director: Ingmar Bergman

– Stacker score: 94.3

– Metascore: 100

– IMDb user rating: 8.1

– Runtime: 188 minutes

Ingmar Bergman’s semi-autobiographical period piece tells the story of its title characters, two privileged siblings growing up in an unconventional household. An idyllic existence is uprooted by the death of their father, which casts a long and dark shadow over the events that follow. Two distinct versions of the film exist—a theatrical version and a TV version—the latter of which runs for 312 minutes.