A film team sets off on a catamaran to make a thriller. They come across surprises and in the end you can't distinguish between reality and fiction. In the film, we follow the fictional and documentary events in parallel.
MARELD is an Art House Thriller where the director Ove Valeskog creates meta film together with an unknowing film crew. An experiment, where reality takes over and drama emerge both on and off camera. Ove and his film crew heads out in the Swedish archipelago to shoot a feature film. The scenes are improvised in chronological order, from the director's daily instructions. The actors are not aware of the dark faith of their characters until the final scene is shot. Along shooting the film, parts of the team is working on the a documentary behind the scenes. In the documentary we get to follow the true reactions of the actors and the team as they face unpleasant situations that appears along the shooting - This goes on until you can't tell the difference from fiction and reality. MARELD is an example of how new genres can be created through mixing reality with fiction.Written by
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By the time I'm writing this review 1,135 people have ranked this movie 8.2. That tells me that the director has 1,135 friends. This is a complete disaster not even worth reviewing... so save your time and money this is as bad as it gets.
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