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Nordic noir turns frighteningly Flemish in this harrowing gut-wrencher based on the thriller by British author Mo Hayder, expertly relocated to Belgium. Haunted by the unsolved disappearance of his younger brother in childhood, for which a known sex offender was released due to insufficient evidence, Inspector Nick Cafmeyer (Geert Van Rampelberg) - DI Jack Caffery in Hayder's novels - faces further anguish investigating a similar case that involves another missing juvenile. Make no mistake, the intense nature of the crimes concerned proves disturbing (which delayed the certification and release of this sizeable Euro-hit in the UK). But director Hans Herbots approaches the devastating and emotionally jarring issues in the gritty story with sensitivity, not softening any of the horrific elements to lay bare the darkest sides of humanity. The final reveal is quite something, too, in what is a bleak, uncompromising look into the brutal death of innocence.
Police inspector Nick Cafmeyer investigates the abduction of a 10-year-old boy and the horrific ordeal the perpetrator inflicted upon the boy's parents while snatching their son. As events unfold, he begins to suspect the crime could be connected to the disappearance of his own brother, who was taken from his family at a similar age and never seen again. Belgian thriller, starring Geert Van Rampelberg. In Flemish.
Cast & Crew
Geert Van Rampelberg
Johan van Assche
Dominique Van Malder
Ingrid De Vos
Violence, swearing, sexual abuse references.
21 Aug 2015
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