Reframe Spotlight: ‘Cabin Fever’

In Mona J. Hoel's satire Cabin Fever, considered to be Norway's first Dogme film, we follow a family off to a cabin they rented for the Christmas holiday. But with the father, mother, grown kids and their children, in-laws and a dog, things are bound to get hectic—especially with the thirty below weather outside keeping everyone indoors. This is a powerful and tragicomic reality based story, full of black irony that develops into an engrossing and moving drama.

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