Ans - As a child, Bergman used to hear piano and waltz music by looking at the massive picture at his grandmother’s big old apartment. Being the son of a clergyman, the concept of life and death was understood by him very early on. Seeing his father prepare sermons, he realized the distinction between good and bad. Bergman once found a metal lantern with a carbide lamp which gave wings to his creative mind. It also tickled his imagination where, in the story of a red riding hood, he could imagine the wolf as a villain with no horns but a gaping red mouth. At the age of ten, he received a projector with a small film which he saw every night. That projector gave him this childish dream of being a conjurer which he still related to as an adult and a film-maker.