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In part a military reserve characterized by moorlands and strangely formed limestone rocks called raukar, Fårö quickly became both a real and a symbolic place to Ingmar Bergman. Though he lived in the wealthy Stockholm suburb of Djursholm during his marriage with Käbi, in which a son, Daniel Sebastian, was born in 1963, he made Fårö his permanent home after their divorce in 1965. At the edge of the Baltic Sea on an isolated part of the island, he built a compound, including a private screening room and some technical facilities.
See Linton-Malmfors, Ø 1526) Anna Åkerblom was a widow and matriarch who lived alone with her old housekeeper. She was surrounded by the same furniture as when she moved into her patrician apartment as a young bride. Hers was an obsolete world, but to Ingmar Bergman it seemed not faded so much as suspended in time, a place where people and objects had never been young and yet never aged. Like Alexander in the opening sequence of Fanny and Alexander, Ingmar Bergman used to hide under his grandmother’s huge dining room table to eavesdrop on the adults or simply to follow the traveling sunlight on the walls: It is a wintry day in early spring, and he is sitting under the dining room table at his grandmother’s.
Ullmann became Bergman’s leading actress in such films as Persona, Vargtimmen, Skammen, En passion, Viskningar och rop, Scener ur ett äktenskap, Ansikte mot ansikte (1976, Face to Face), Ormens ägg (1977, The Serpent’s Egg) and Höstsonat (1978, Autumn Sonata). A daughter, Linn, was born to the couple in 1967. Liv Ullmann describes the relationship in her book Forændringen (Changing). She disliked the isolation on Fårö, and by 1971 she and Bergman had separated. As in so many cases with Bergman’s former wives and liaisons, Ullmann too would continue her professional relationship with him.