An Oslo detective visits a hick town to investigate some murders rumored by the locals to have been the work of 'angels'. More likely, given the unsavory types he meets, vengeance and vigilantism are the very human motivations behind.
På det lille stedet Høtten ble det for seks måneder siden begått et seksualdrap på 13 år gamle Katarina. Nå er det skjedd et nytt dødsfall - en av de to brødrene som mistenkes for det uoppklarte drapet blir funnet druknet. Dermed intensiveres etterforskningen. Forsterkninger kommer til stedet i form av den garvede Kripos-etterforskeren Nicholas Ramm (Reidar Sørensen). Etter hvert som Ramm går det lille samfunnet nærmere i sømmene, sniker det seg en uro inn under hans blå vinterfrakk. Fra å møte Høtten, med sin lekne urbane tilnærming, blir han drevet inn i et spill han etter hvert mister kontrollen over. Tvunget inn i et skjebnefelleskap mesannheten som et sjokk i det vinterbleke Høtten. Og den er langt verre enn Ramm hadde forestilt seg.Written by
I couldn't believe my eyes, when I saw this movie. How could the producers at Norsk Film let this script come through and support it financially?? It beats me. No such place excists in Norway. The scriptwriter must have seen too many American films. The plot sucked, we never get to know anything really. Some of the actors does their job, but I just can't understand that so many of the finest actors in Norway are in this motion picture.
It's completely unrealistic, the carachters are non-believeable and Høtten is not a kind of place one might find in Norway, or any other place. This film has turkey written all over it. The reason why this has done quite good at some festivals abraod is simply because people outside of Norway just don't see how unrealistic this film is!!
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