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A lot to think about
on 11 June 2013
The film is very thought provoking and the suspense is kept up until the very last minute. It is not fast paced though, in fact it is the slow feeling of ordinariness which makes the suspense mount.
Troels Lybye as the loving father who's accused of abusing his daughter is incredibly convincing - and the story hinges on his ability to convince us of who he is and what he is capable or not capable of.
You are constantly wondering whether he can be guilty or whether he's being hounded by authorities who are suffering from hysteria.
And you don't know for sure until the very last few minutes of the film.