Beware of Children
Lykke (13), the daughter of a prominent Labour Party politician, has accidentally beaten her classmate Jamie, the son of a local right wing-politician, to death. Lykke claims Jamie\'s death was an accident, but nobody believes her. The school\'s principal, Liv, is an idealist who, against her political beliefs, has been living in a secret relationship with Karl Erik, Jamie\'s father. When they can\'t keep their relationship a secret anymore, the surroundings react with disbelief. Liv\'s brother Anders is Lykke and Jamie\'s class teacher. He was supposed to be in the school yard when the accident happened, and is overwhelmed with guilt for not having been able to prevent the accident from happening. Like water surrounding an undertow, we\'ll experience how the community relates to the accident and the aftermath. How could it happen - and how is it possible to continue living afterwards?
异境之音/其主之声/Az Úr hangja/The Voice/A hang
编写美好时光(港)/他们的美好时光(台)/她们最好的/他们的最好时光/Their Finest Hour and a Half/We Happy Few
1940年的英国战争不断，每天都有敌军的空袭轰炸，但比满目疮痍伦敦更残破的是人民绝望的心，面对未知的生命无常，电影成了唯一的心灵慰藉。资讯局电影部想要提升国家士气和民心，开始拍摄政治宣传电影，为了增加电影中的女性观点，原本从事广告文案的凯瑟琳（杰玛·阿特登 饰）被邀请加入编剧小组，和主编巴克利（山姆·克拉弗林 饰）一起编写歌颂英国人在敦刻尔克行动中英勇事迹的剧本。大男人的巴克利遇上温柔的凯瑟琳，挖苦彼此的对白、斗嘴不断，但随着两人一起经历疯狂赶戏和剧本，默契和爱苗都悄悄滋长。然而战事持续恶化，电影拍摄也面临困境，凯瑟琳还要面对自己已婚的事实⋯⋯
Michael, a Danish gangster, takes his girlfriend, Sascha, and his extended criminal family on a luxury vacation in a fancy villa in gorgeous Bodrum, Turkey. Shopping, waterparks, barbecuing, and hardcore partying fill their days and nights. Having little regard for anything or anybody outside their world, they exist in a bubble of excess that is governed by Michael’s rules—and if the code is broken, they all know that violence will follow. But when Sascha befriends a Dutchman with romantic designs on her, she toys with Michael’s authority and creates a situation that cannot end well. In a breakthrough performance, Victoria Carmen Sonne fully commits as Sascha, the complex young moll that eludes assumptions and expectations. First-time writer/director Isabella Eklöf has a dynamic visual touch and a flair for dark comedy and creates a destabilizing discord as she elaborately fills the frame with colorful, seductive images while telling a disturbing, graphic tale of brutality and power. Holiday provokes, challenges—and even implicates—the viewer in its unsettling reflection of our times.