Fans of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Henning Mankell, and other popular Swedish crime fiction should not miss this retrospective of director Kjell Sundvall, one of Sweden’s most critically and commercially successful directors. His crime thriller The Hunters was a landmark of Swedish cinema and, since then, he’s produced some of the most gripping examples of Nordic noir made in the last two decades. All films directed by Kjell Sundvall.
A “tense, gripping, paranoid thriller” (The Guardian) about an unsolved assassination.
In this Yuletide farce, a woman invites her exes over for a Christmas Eve get-together.
High-grossing The Hunters established Sundvall as a master of the thriller genre.
Tense, disturbing, and “the real deal when it comes to Nordic noir” (Time Out London).