In this intensely emotional drama, a family plans a reunion in a remote cabin in the mountains, just in time for Christmas. However, when the mother and father, their four adult children with spouses and offspring, and a handful of in-laws are thrown into close quarters for several days, everyone involved begins to fray at the edges emotionally. As it turns out, father has a severe drinking problem that he's been unable to keep under control, and he finally explodes into a tirade that proved deeply shocking for all parties concerned. Director Mona J. Hoel shot Nar Nettene Blir Lange in accordance with the rules of the Dogma 95 movement, which stipulates that films should be shot with handheld cameras using available light and existing locations, without the use of music or sound effects added after the fact.
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