Lasse Hallström returns to his native tongue for the first time in 25 years for this twisty, visually striking Nordic noir about a psychologist (the great Mikael Persbrandt) who’s lured back into hypnotism—a practice he’d sworn off—to help solve a horrific crime. A brutal family slaying has left only one survivor: a badly injured, shell-shocked teenage boy, whose memory the doctor sets out to penetrate. It turns out to be a dangerous undertaking, and what surfaces places the detective on the case and the doctor and his  wife (Lena Olin) and young son—in harm’s way. An engrossing, chilly nail-biter based on the international best-seller by Lars Kepler.

  • Directed By Lasse Hallström
  • 2012
  • Sweden
  • DCP
  • 122 minutes