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|Directed by||Daniel Bergman|
|Produced by||Katinka Faragó
|Written by||Ingmar Bergman|
|Edited by||Darek Hodor|
Sunday's Children (Swedish: Söndagsbarn) is a 1992 Swedish drama film directed by Daniel Bergman and written by Ingmar Bergman. At the 28th Guldbagge Awards the film won the award for Best Cinematography (Tony Forsberg) and Thommy Berggren was nominated for Best Actor.
Ingmar based his screenplay for Sunday's Children on the life of his father, Church of Sweden minister Erik Bergman. Author Geoffrey MacNab wrote that whereas Ingmar's recollections of Erik are damning in his 1982 film Fanny and Alexander, his 1991–92 study of his father is "far more forgiving" in The Best Intentions and Sunday's Children. Critic Vincent Canby also identified Sunday's Children as "a continuation" of Fanny and Alexander and The Best Intentions.
- Thommy Berggren – Erik Bergman
- Henrik Linnros – Pu Bergman (young version)
- Per Myrberg - Pu Bergman (adult version/Ingmar Bergman)
- Lena Endre – Karin Bergman
- Jacob Leygraf – Dag
- Anna Linnros – Lillan
- Malin Ek – Märta
- Marie Richardson – Marianne
- Irma Christenson – Aunt Emma
- Birgitta Valberg – Grandmother
- Börje Ahlstedt – Uncle Carl
- Maria Bolme – Maj
- Majlis Granlund – Lalla
- Birgitta Ulfsson – Lalla
- Carl Magnus Dellow – Watchmaker
- Melinda Kinnaman – Blind girl
- 6th – Peter Rainer, Los Angeles Times
- Top 10 (listed alphabetically, not ranked) – Jimmy Fowler, Dallas Observer
- Top 10 (not ranked) – Howie Movshovitz, The Denver Post
- "Söndagsbarn (1992)". Swedish Film Institute. 22 March 2014.
- Macnab, Geoffrey (2009). Ingmar Bergman: The Life and Films of the Last Great European Director. London and New York: I.B.Tauris. p. 210. ISBN 0230801382.
- Canby, Vincent (3 April 1993). "Review/Film Festival; A Bergman Memoir By Son and Father". The New York Times. Archived from the original on 15 December 2017. Retrieved 15 December 2017.
- Turan, Kenneth (25 December 1994). "1994: YEAR IN REVIEW : No Weddings, No Lions, No Gumps". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 20 July 2020.
- Zoller Seitz, Matt (12 January 1995). "Personal best From a year full of startling and memorable movies, here are our favorites". Dallas Observer.
- Movshovitz, Howie (25 December 1994). "Memorable Movies of '94 Independents, fringes filled out a lean year". The Denver Post (Rockies ed.). p. E-1.
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