Three miles north of Molkom, hidden deep in the lakeside forests of Sweden, lies Ängsbacka, a 21st Century playground for adults. Once a year, their gates open to a thousand international ... See full summary »
Three miles north of Molkom, hidden deep in the lakeside forests of Sweden, lies Ängsbacka, a 21st Century playground for adults. Once a year, their gates open to a thousand international participants, placed in "Sharing Groups" at random. A Swedish celebrity, a Californian hippie, a Finnish grandmother and a backpacking Australian rugby coach, who stumbled on the wrong party, are amongst the group that take us on an unforgettably quirky, two-week emotional rollercoaster. Firewalking, shamanism, tantric sex and a myriad other physical, psychological and esoteric experiences guide our unlikely heroes towards enlightment, love, loathing and themselves. Will they ever be the same again? Written by
Third Eye Film Productions
I really loved this film. It had me quite literally screaming with laughter at certain points - in fact the guy I watched it with told me afterwards he actually pee'd himself a little bit. (sorry serious movie critics, I'm just telling it how it was). Despite the funny scenes and the excruciatingly embarrassing moments I found myself really drawn to almost all of the people in it by the end and and all credit to the directors on this because they could have just cut it so they were all characters to be mocked but they didn't. It also gave a really interesting message, about not judging people/places too quickly. It was beautifully shot. def recommended.
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