In the 11th century a missionary goes missing somewhere in the huge forests bordering the northern parts of Sweden. Among the rescue party chosen to find him is Nanna, a young woman on her ... See full summary »

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Klas Persson
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Elna Karlsson Elna Karlsson ... Nanna
Thomas Hedengran Thomas Hedengran ... Kettil
Ralf Beck ... Hakon
Nina Filimoshkina Nina Filimoshkina ... Deja
Urban Bergsten ... Gunder
Matti Boustedt ... Odd
Oscar Skagerberg ... Kol
Mikaela Östlin Mikaela Östlin ... Randi
Ola Ljung Ola Ljung ... Are
Susanne Frisk Susanne Frisk ... Ormfitt
Jessica Westlin Jessica Westlin ... Draug
Mathias Berglund Mathias Berglund ... Draug
Astrid Persson Astrid Persson ... The Girl
Liv Persson Liv Persson ... Kid
Lina Hedlund ... Hel
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In the 11th century a missionary goes missing somewhere in the huge forests bordering the northern parts of Sweden. Among the rescue party chosen to find him is Nanna, a young woman on her first real mission and her first return to the part of the country where she was born. But what they will find deep inside those woods is something else entirely. Something dark. Something ancient. Something evil.

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Oft in the woods, is a listener nigh. - Grettir's saga


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Some of the clothing looks suspiciously modern. About halfway through, a captured bandit is being restrained and the leggings he is wearing look suspiciously straight and the cloth resembles denim. A glimpse of a child in a cave looks like any child from the year the film was made. See more »

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Great fun
6 January 2020 | by sonofgondolinSee all my reviews

The historical authenticity they gave this film was great and lent a hand in shaping the horror. The actors were well chosen and I enjoyed their characters. The special effects were not AAA but it got the point across and was done in such a way you would have to really scrutinize scenes to notice. So watch this film and enjoy a good time period horror movie.


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Country:

Sweden

Language:

Swedish

Release Date:

2 October 2019 (Australia) See more »

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Draug See more »

Filming Locations:

Hälsingland, Sweden

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EUR42,000 (estimated)
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2.39:1
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