In this true crime satirical mockumentary, investigative journalist Hannah McMann attempts to solve a horrific crime committed by Sophia Noonan. The crime? She refuses a marriage proposal from her long-time boyfriend, Shawn.
A group of posh young men in a restaurant end up in a fight over who is the richest, which they try to demonstrate by wasting and destroying as expensive things as possible. The situation quickly derails.
The Swedish unemployment has reached the criminal realms. We meet characters that have to fight for their lives in order to finish their work shift in one piece. An action satire of the Swedish labor market.
In 1904 an earthquake of magnitude 5.4 on the Richter scale shook Oslo, with an epicenter in the "Oslo Graben" which runs under the Norwegian capital. There are now signs that indicate that we can expect a major future earthquake in Oslo.
When Morgan's attempt to gain attention not appreciated, he does rebelling against everything PC. Hidden by the Internets anonymity, he goes on attack against an innocent blogger. Soon, he ... See full summary »
During the Finnish-Russian war in the winter of 1940. On Måsön in the Swedish archipelago lives the romantic and idealist ringer Albin Olsson and the young beautiful and passionate teacher Eva Andersson.
What could be worse than being imprisoned in a locked-down clinic where nothing is what it seems, and nobody believes you are who you say you are? How about beginning to suspect that ... See full summary »
For the vast majority of this movie it is a dark, fascinating mystery thriller as we follow the destructive relationship between a father and son in rural Sweden against the backdrop of a foreign invasion. Going against Hollywood type the lead characters are dislikeable and driven by their own petty interests, despite the disasters falling all around them. This in itself makes The Unthinkable a different and compelling view. Right up until the last 20 minutes when the irresistible urge by the scriptwriters to close narrative loops leads to a series of ludicrous coincidences producing plot holes that Michael Bay would be proud of. This is a shame as it undermines what would otherwise be a terrific film.
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