Anna lives with her father Karl someplace in the outskirts of northern Norway. Karl killed his ex-wife and threw her newborn colored child into the sea when he discovered that she obviously... See full summary »
Erik Smith Meyer
Eirik Junge Eliassen,
In a small town pregnant Maria awaits her second child with Erik, who really only care about big boobs and fast money. One day he steals all the money for the sons birthday party and runs off. Maria has to do something.
A plane engine explodes. A plane goes down towards the ground. It looks like the end for the people aboard. But for some of them, it is a new beginning. Up in the air between Stockholm and ... See full summary »
Ellen Dorrit Petersen,
Ida Elise Broch
Movies like this are not made that often these days. When it comes to thrillers, its all about CGI effects, nudity and extreme violence. If that's your type of thing, then Bad Faith is definitely not for you. However, if you love slow burning, atmospheric, throw backs to Alfred Hitchcock and Roman Polansky, then Bad Faith is something that will take your interest.
It has a very strange feel to it, but that plays into its favour because the unoriginal story is glossed over by the unusual camera angles and dark environment. You are never quite sure where the director will take you, and although the ending was a bit of a letdown, it still left a rewarding taste in the mouth.
The biggest problem with the film isn't the movie itself, but the type of movie it is. People with low attention spans will overlook this movie, because it substitutes explosions with thinking, but if you appreciate that kind of thing, then Bad Faith should please you.
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