The embrace of a loving family starts to feel like the grip of a python in Wildland, a dark, chilling crime drama that marks director Jeanette Nordahl as a talent to watch. When her mother dies in a car crash, teenager Ida (Sandra Guldberg Kampp) is given a home by her long-estranged aunt Bodil (Sidse Babett Knudsen). Brassy, suburban matriarch Bodil is very close to her three sons and welcomes Ida into the clan. The initial waves of affection and concern are seductive until Ida learns the nature of the family business and is faced by some overwhelming moral dilemmas.
‘This has the makings of a big hit.’ - The Guardian
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After the film, scroll down to watch our Q&A with Director Jeanette Nordahl.