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Written by Lars Muhl (as Muhl)
Produced by Kristian Borregaard (as Borregaard) & Lars Muhl (as Muhl)
Lars Muhl appears courtesy of BMG Denmark A/S
Published by Warner Chappell, Denmark
P&C by BMG Denmark A/S 1999
Performed by Lars Muhl (uncredited) See more »
This is another horror movie in the Danish tradition, as I like to put it: Good cast, good plot and in my opinion quite an original twist to the classic possessed-by-the-devil plot. Also a hint of drama, with well-written dialogue and interesting inter-character relations and intrigues.
If it runs on TV, see it by all means! Some chilly moments, that's for sure.
7 out of 10.
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