Andreas, a man struggling with the recent demise of his marriage and his own emotional isolation, befriends a married couple also in the midst of psychological turmoil. In turn he meets Anna, who is grieving the recent deaths of her husband and son. She appears zealous in her faith and steadfast in her search for truth, but gradually her delusions surface. Andreas and Anna pursue a love affair, but he is unable to overcome his feelings of deep humiliation and remains disconnected. Meanwhile, the island community is victimized by an unknown person committing acts of animal cruelty.
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The alternate title "L 182" is the production number, also seen written on the clapperboard before the interview scenes. See more
Andreas, we should travel somewhere. We should get away from here. I know it would be good for us both.
When you speak of traveling, I really want to say yes.
What are you thinking?
That we can speak to Elis. He can lend us money. But at the same time a wall appears. I can't speak. I can't show that I'm happy. I can see your face, I know you're you, but I can't reach you. Do you understand what I mean?
I understand what you mean. I understand very well, Andreas.
I'm on the outside of this wall....
The UK version is cut by 25 seconds to remove the sight of a dog hanging by its neck, in accordance with the Cinematograph Films (Animals) Act 1937. See more
Performed by Allan Gray See more