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Denmark 2020
produced by
Amalie Lyngbo Quist, Maria Møller Christoffersen, Peter Hyldahl (executive), Tine Klint (executive) for Beo Starling
directed by Jens Dahl
starring Sara Hjort Ditlevsen, Anders Heinrichsen, Signe Egholm Olsen, Morten Holst, Jens Andersen, Bengt C.W. Carlsson, Eeva Putro, Oksana Kniazeva, Eja Rhea Mathea Due, Elvira Friis, Sara Wilgaard Sinkjær, Peter Khouri, Anne Sofie Steen, David Bateson
written by Sissel Dalsgaard Thomsen, music by Peter Peter, Peter Kyed, Christian Skeel, special effects makeup by Martin Hansen

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Mia (Sara Hjort Ditlevsen) thinks she lives a very ordinary life, a happy life even, as she lives in a nice neighbourhood, has a husband, Thomas (Anders Heinrichsen), who loves her, and who has a job at Ruben's (Signe Egholm Olsen) biotech company that makes enough money that Mia really doesn't have any big worries. So she's worried all the more when Nika (Eeva Putro), the au pair from next door, bangs on their door, claims she has just been abducted, and begs them to help. Thomas volunteers to get her to the next hospital, but when Mia calls the hospital to ask about Nika's condition, she learns they've never arrived there, and tracking Thomas's cellphone, she finds him at Ruben's company. Going there herself, Mia walks into a trap and is soon taken captive, put into a cell, humiliated. tortured and ultimately being experimented on - because you see, Ruben's biotech company was never one doing research for the good of humankind, but experimented on creating eternal life for the rich and powerful. And for that the company needs women to bear children with just the right DNA. Originally, these women ought to have been volunteers - but since all is still in experimental stages and decades from being approved (if ever), young and fertile women like Nika and now Mia had to be abducted to do the company's biddings. The biggest shock for Mia is though that Thomas had been an not entirely unwilling accomplice in this ...


Now this is a movie that isn't for everyone, as when it comes to the torture bits, it's pretty relentless, and the torturers are all portrayed (rather fittingly from a narrative point of view) as incorrigible misogynists taking pride in their work. But that said, the film's more than just brainless torture porn, as the film also dabbles into medical sci fi and body horror territory, all the while keeping the tension high, with the unpleasentness of several (torture-)scenes fitting the overall creepy mood of the movie rather perfectly. And a strong ensemble cast really ground the movie, making it maybe an uncomfortable watch at times, but intentionally so, and a very cool piece of genre cinema.


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