Rating: 8 stars
Seen 1 time
Seen on: 07/09/2019
Several friends travel to Sweden to study as anthropologists a summer festival that is held every ninety years in the remote hometown of one of them. What begins as a dream vacation in a place where the sun never sets, gradually turns into a dark nightmare as the mysterious inhabitants invite them to participate in their disturbing festive activities.
Rated R | Length 148 minutes
Liv Mjönes | Björn Andrésen | Vilmos Kolba | Henrik Norlén | Will Poulter | Lars Väringer | Mats Blomgren | Gunnel Fred | Lennart R. Svensson | Anki Larsson | Jack Reynor | Anna Åström | Anders Beckman | Julia Ragnarsson | Louise Peterhoff | Austin R. Grant | Florence Pugh | William Jackson Harper | Ellora Torchia | Katarina Weidhagen van Hal | Hampus Hallberg | Frans Cavallin Rosengarten | Anna Berentzen | Tove Skeidsvoll | Anders Back | Vilhelm Blomgren | Klaudia Csányi | Rebecka Johnston | Isabelle Grill | Tomas Engström | Archie Madekwe | Dag Andersson | Agnes Westerlund Rase | Levente Puczkó-Smith | Mihály Kaszás | Gabi Fón | Zsolt Bojári
Was hoping we’d have more old ppl in this screening. Have lots of thoughts on this but still processing. I do like how straight forward the story is (compared to Hereditary for example; not that H isn’t straight forward but there’s a few moving parts in that one). This feels simpler yet just as heavy around dealing with trauma, support systems, and grief. It’s a wild movie that I want to see again but not in the theater.