Jacob Hauberg Lohmann (White Night), Simon Sears (Winter Brothers), Tarek Zayat (film debut), Dulfi Al-Jabouri (A War), Issa Khattab (film debut), Abdelmalik Dhaflaoui (film debut), Özlem Saglanmak (Truth About Men), Lara Aksoy (film debut), Arian Kashef (film debut), Michael Brostrup (Sex, Drugs & Taxation), Josephine Park (On the Edge), Mads Rømer (The Hour of the Lynx), Jack Depaiva Pedersen (film debut), Mickey Nørregaard (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Frederik Louis Hviid (film debut) and Anders Ølholm (film debut), directors, writers; Signe Leick Jensen (Idealisten) and Morten Kaufmann (The Hunt), producers; Martin Dirkov (Border), composer; Jacob Møller (Journal 64), cinematographer; Anders Albjerg Kristiansen (Summer of ’92), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Jens (Sears) and Mike (Lohmann) are two police officers on a routine patrol in the Danish ghettos of Svalegården, when they receive word that a young man from the area has died whilst in police custody. The news ignites a wave of uncontrollable rage in the ghetto’s vengeful youth, and now Jens and Mike find that they must survive when they become targeted…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Feel the oppressed rage of a disenfranchised generation in this tense and wildly unpredictable Danish crime thriller, which introduces filmmakers Frederik Louis Hviid and Anders Ølholm as ones to watch.