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The two brothers Aske (17 years old) and Bastian (12 years old) live with their father, Lasse. Their mother died seven years earlier. Every day they live in a world where fear, violence and... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Elias Munk ... Aske
Christopher Friis Jensen Christopher Friis Jensen ... Bastian
Allan Karlsen Allan Karlsen ... Lasse
Frank Schiellerup Frank Schiellerup ... Hans
Oliver Bjørnholdt Spottag Oliver Bjørnholdt Spottag ... Silas
Tina Nørby Tina Nørby ... Mor
Frederik Ingemann Brandt Frederik Ingemann Brandt ... Aske 10 år
Lara León Lara León ... Sasja
Marie Louise Lund Jensen Marie Louise Lund Jensen ... Malene
Kit Langberg Rasmussen Kit Langberg Rasmussen ... Frederikke
William Gaarde William Gaarde ... Andreas
Robin Koch Robin Koch ... Philip
Oliver Skou Oliver Skou ... Magnus
Dorte Evalyn Evon Dorte Evalyn Evon ... Karen
Tobias Hyttel Tobias Hyttel ... William
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The two brothers Aske (17 years old) and Bastian (12 years old) live with their father, Lasse. Their mother died seven years earlier. Every day they live in a world where fear, violence and alcohol are huge factors, but where the brothers' strong and close relationship means everything. Aske's fight for survival means that he has to serve his father's sexual needs, which include abuse from the father, but also from paying customers and the father's friend Hans (who has a lot of contacts in the pedophile environment). Aske tries everything to keep his little brother out of it all so that he won't experience the same as himself. But one day Bastian is abused by their father and Aske's entire world is about to fall apart. The brothers choose to move to Norway, far away in the beautiful mountains. Their friendship outshines everything! They are together and far away from their evil father... Yet one morning everything is turned upside down and suddenly their fate from home is brought to ... Written by Brian Bang

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Danish

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8 December 2014 (Denmark) See more »

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Home is where the molestation is
31 August 2018 | by sephula-09237See all my reviews

I thought this was a really well made movie. The acting is always good enough, and even brilliant in some parts. The scenery is amazing. The characters are engaging, and make you really care about them.

I will say that there were parts which were not perfect. The beginning was a little weak, but good enough to provide just enough backstory, without going overboard.

I actually LIKE the shaky camera work. It really added to the emotional connection. There were scenes where the camera would jerk right as something horrible happened, and it mirrored the emotional jerk that I experienced. In fact, that makes it a bit metaphorical. Everything happening is so chaotic, frustrating and unstable, and the camera makes you feel that way inside which helps the viewer to connect to what the characters are feeling inside. I think it is absolutely genius.

The scenes of the natural tranquil beauty conveys the sense of isolation and contrasts nicely with the chaotic ugliness and violence which is happening unnoticed, as if nobody, even the natural environment cares. This, again, gives you a sense of compassion, and helps you to understand what the victims feel like.

The whole movie is full of poetic metaphor, and analogy. It is a true work of art, and actually pretty well made for such a low budget. You get a sense that a lot of thought went into it. And, all of this with the use of CGI, cutaways, flashbacks, or any of the other usual Hollywood devices. It was so emotionally engaging, and thought provoking.

I like how the ending drops you off, and leaves you wondering how things are going to turn out. It was truly painful to watch, because you really understand how this affects the main boy, and how horrific this experience is for him. Several parts brought me too tears, especially the ending. Any movie which can achieve that is a good movie. Personally, I think that they pulled off something truly magical with this one, and now I want to see more by this director.

As for the subject matter, I think the writer was a little heavy handed in their approach, but it is something which does happen, and we really owe it to those silent victims to watch this movie, and understand what is happening to them. I think they managed to really make that possible with this movie, and I would strongly recommend it as something which all of us should watch.


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