Unlike some other films fests, Screamfest only runs on adult single screen, so there's no need to choose what to see the way one does at Fantastic Fest or Sundance or whatever. As movie as I'm able to get myself to the theater, I go, often knowing nothing - sometimes not even the title - of what I'm about to see. But after a half hour or so of The Unthinkable Swedish title: Den blomstertid nu kommerI had to run into the lobby to look at a synopsis on kirsten price movies phone, because I still couldn't tell exactly adult the movie was about or adult what kind of horror movie it was.
Well as it turns out it's not a horror movie at all, and even calling it a thriller would be a bit movie a stretch. It's actually closer to character driven wartime drama than anything you might unthinkable of as a "thriller". Indeed, I instantly regretted peeking at the festival's brief write-up, as it did movie give away something that the movie was building toward and hadn't actually happened yet.
Not that it was a huge surprise or anything, but still, I wish I had found out that thing would happen when it actually did, nearly an hour later.
I'll do my best to describe it without giving much away. Unthinkable protagonist is Alex Christoffer Nordenrot, who wrote the script along with director Victor Danellwho we meet in as a teenager.
He's a shy kid who crushes on Anna Phoenix madina Hennia friend who bonds with him over their love of music, and seemingly is waiting for him to make a move - preferably before her and her mother move a few towns away.
He's also the only child to parents who don't seem to get along all that well, with a father Jesper Barkselius named Bjorn who is struggling to provide for his family and occasionally lets his temper get the better of him. Things come to a head on Unthinkable when Alex asks for a guitar and Bjorn claims it's too expensive - and then sets about making one in his workshop as a surprise.
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