Just as computer developer David and his girlfriend Freja arrive at their newly bought country house close to the Cliffs of Møn the harmony is disturbed by an inexplicably suicide. When ...
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Gustav Dyekjær Giese,
Oscar Dyekjær Giese,
Lene Maria Christensen
Just as computer developer David and his girlfriend Freja arrive at their newly bought country house close to the Cliffs of Møn the harmony is disturbed by an inexplicably suicide. When David realizes that their new craftsman Roar is linked to the person who fell of the cliff he starts being suspicious. David is also certain that Roar is hitting on Freja. She denies this and all Davids theories. David joins forces with the widow Veronica to solve the case and prove to Freja that he is right. But the closer he gets the truth the further away he gets from Freja. David has to risk everything to unveil circumstances that go far beyond his imagination.Written by
This is one of the best movies I have seen this year. It starts off with a romantic couple who witness a suicide or possible murder. There are lots of turns and twists in the movie and will have you on the edge of your seat. Many facets of the movie resemble "real life".
Is the lone hunter a gun nut with a dark side? Or a creative computer programmer, who is losing his mind caught up in his own virtual fantasy world. Playing mindless violent video games? What is real and what isn't? The story is original and will keep you guessing right to the end. Afterwards I was thinking about many aspects of the movie. It reminded me of a classic Alfred Hitchcock suspense thriller.
The movie title says it all. IS he losing his mind or has he been pushed over the edge by his jealous rage?
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