The city of Uppsala, as depicted in Ingmar Bergman’s artistry, is not so much a geographical place as it is a fantasy – a placeholder for a mythical golden age. In this lecture, Jan Holmberg (The Ingmar Bergman Foundation) tries to find himself in Bergman’s childhood city using dubious maps such as Fanny and Alexander, Laterna Magica, The Best Intentions, and Private Confessions.