This is a reflective autobiography by one of the world's most famous actresses. In this book Liv Ullman tells about her Norwegian childhood and her present life as 'star of stage and screen'. Her relationship with the father of her child, and also her director in her greatest roles, Ingmar Bergman is part of this work. In one important sense it seems, however, that the central relationship in the work is between Ullmann and her daughter Linn. Ullmann has a certain guilt that her career has deprived her daughter of many shared hours with her mother. Ullmann very often goes from past to present, from present to past in ways which can be confusing. But her fundamental story is told clearly.