Acclaimed director Ingmar Bergman's autobiographical triumph! Winner of four Academy Awards (including Best Foreign Language Film) "Fanny and Alexander" (1982) is a love letter to Bergman's own childhood. Ten-year-old Alexander and his younger sister, Fanny, belong to a wealthy, theatrical family in provincial Sweden. When their father dies unexpectedly and their mother decides to remarry, the children are forced to relocate to the austere (and possibly haunted) home of their coldhearted stepfather, a severe bishop with a very cruel side. Suffering for both follows, until the kids' grandmother steals the pair away, to shower them with the first kindness and affection they've had since their father's death. This emotional, beautifully filmed story was aninternational sensation and remains one of the master filmmaker's finest works.