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A timely reboot of Nordic supernatural folklore from the writer of LET THE RIGHT ONE IN, this genre-blending neo-classic’s main character is Tina, a lonely misfit, was born with a facial “disfiguration,” a strange scar on her tailbone, and the ability to sense or smell how people feel. She’s especially adept at detecting fear or unease—a perfect skill for a customs officer. But her latest two attempted busts are more troubling than the usual routine arrests of pimply teenagers smuggling booze. First, there’s the twitchy businessman who turns out to be carrying child pornography. His crime so enrages Tina that she begins to take foolish risks when she’s brought in to help with the investigation. Then there’s the suspicious Vore (Eero Milonoff), who shares physical traits with Tina, and has a cocksure smirk that never leaves his face. It’s a look suggesting he knows things Tina doesn’t, knowledge that may disrupt her life completely.
BORDER is the kind of hybrid genre film that brings Nordic folk tales into the real world, suggesting a time when we were closer to the natural world and its odder anomalies, a world that now seems distant while feeling creepily familiar. Critics and audiences agree, with the film being chosen as Sweden’s Foreign Language Oscar entry. BORDER is an eerie and unforgettable work.