22-year-old Josefine move from Stockholm to Malmö in search of a better life. In an art class in Copenhagen she meets Elvis, an exuberant Dane. What begins as an innocent one-night stand grows into something bigger.
In the frozen woods of an isolated Maine logging town, one woman's tragic mistake shatters the balance of the community, resulting in profound and unexpected consequences. Weaving together ... See full summary »
Two sister ballerinas dance through the villages and forests of the Sámi land in this whimsical and disarming commentary on indigenous sovereignty and land ownership (The Sámi are the only indigenous people within the European Union area).
A sexy, romantic and uncomfortably chilling story from first time director Marcelo Briem Stamm. Handsome middle class Manuel (Patrico Ramos), hurt by his previous relationship and bored ... See full summary »
Marcelo Briem Stamm
Three young girls' friendship is tested after they plant a very special flower; the Nectar from the flower changes their lives - and friendship - forever, as they get a taste of what it's like growing up as a boy. It's a story of how we've created gender, and how to know who you are when society is telling you who you should be, but also a story about young love and lust.Written by
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If I tell you something... do you promise not to tell anyone? Not even Bella? Sometimes it feels like I have a zipper somewhere. If I'm brave enough to pull it, there's a different body underneath that's the real me. I can't explain it. It just doesn't feel right.
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I saw the premise on Netflix and went for it! lol...
But I had no idea it was a foreign film, (which is always very interesting) to learn about new cultures perhaps? But this wasn't about learning how pretty the vistas and midlands and highlands are, how snow capped mountains sweep the denizens away into beautiful dreams forever borne on the wings of tomorrow, oh no, this was , to me, much much more. I thought the premise idea whatever was really gripping with its unique ingenous quality so I went for it, boy was this a good write, only later when I came to IMDB did I find out it was based from a novel. I did not read this, but if it was anything like the book, I'm sure its a fine very fine book. All I can say about this is, the dialogue flowed well, the characters were fleshed out really nicely and the plot ran smoothly and terrifically culminating to the climacteric which to me, ended perfectly. I would def, recommend this to anyone especially dickhead bullies, hopefully someone can learn a little something about being different and appreciating those differences or at least respecting them.
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