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Fanny e Alexandre

· 188min.

Vencedor do Oscar de Melhor Filme Estrangeiro, Fanny & Alexandre dá-nos a conhecer a vida da família Ekdahl através dos olhos de Alexandre, um rapaz com dez anos de idade.
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Sobre o filme

Este filme alia a melancolia e a intensidade emocional de Bergman com a alegria e a sensualidade. Em Fanny e Alexandre, ficamos a conhecer a vida da família Ekdahl – as suas alegrias e tristezas – através dos olhos de Alexandre, um rapaz com dez anos de idade.

Realização e elenco

Realização:
Ingmar Bergman

Prémios e nomeações

Áudio e legendas

Versão original com legendas em português
Áudio Sueco

Mais informação

Título original:
Fanny och Alexander
Género:
Drama
Nacionalidade:
Suécia

Sem avaliações

10

"It's a gripping, richly conceived family drama, faintly atypical in its extrovert dramatic and comic devices, and with an electrifying touch of the supernatural. In provincial Sweden in 1907, the two unhappy children of the title have to leave the paradise of their prosperous family home, with all its warmth and gaiety, when their father dies; to their horror, their beautiful mother (Ewa Fröling) has accepted a marriage proposal from the cold and disagreeable Bishop (Jan Malmsjö) who presided over their father's lavish, almost state funeral. "

Peter Bradshaw de The Guardian

10

"The longer running time fleshes out motives and sheds light on previously unnoticed performances. Crucial speeches get vocalized, phantoms in the attic literally materialize, and Alexander's imagination is finally set free during a mythic final-act yarn spun by his bedside. Go on, indulge yourself."

Aaron Hills de Village Voice

10

""Fanny and Alexander," is one of the most detailed and specific he's ever made, and therefore one of the most universal. It comes directly out of his experience as a Swede in his mid-60s who was born into a world of rigid religious belief, grew up in a world of war and turmoil, and is now old enough, wise enough and resigned enough to develop a sort of philosophical mysticism about life."

Roger Ebert de Chicago Sun Times