Border

Cannes 2018
Un Certain Regard
Best Film
Oscars 2019
Swedish submission
Telluride 2018
Toronto IFF
2018

Border

A Film by Ali Abbasi

2018 - Denmark/Sweden - Nordic Noir - 102 min.

with Eva Melander & Eero Milonoff

Language: Swedish
Produced by Nina Bisgaard , Piodor Gustafsson & Petra Jönsson

Border guard Tina is extraordinarily good at spotting smugglers. One day, a suspicious-looking man steps off the ferry. Unable to identify what he’s hiding, she becomes obsessed with him and the disturbing aura he exudes. Her investigation reveals much more than expected, and she is soon forced to confront terrifying revelations about herself and humankind.

In Collections:
Cannes 2018
Un Certain Regard
Best Film
Oscars 2019
Swedish submission
Telluride 2018
Toronto IFF
2018

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