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A group of children discover they have magical powers during a long, hot summer together in Eskil Vogt's fairytale horror. As the bright Nordic days roll by, they giggle and entertain each other with their abilities. But playtime soon takes a sinister turn. Written and directed by Vogt, who received an Oscar nomination for his screenplay for The Worst Person in the World, this is a deeply unsettling tale of what children get up to when their parents aren't watching.
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