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The Psychics

Norway 2019
produced by
Tomas Sem Løkke-Sørensen, John Christer Svendsen (executive), Harri Pekka Virkki (executive) for Agendafilm
directed by Tomas Sem Løkke-Sørensen
starring Kirsti Lovas, Frank Thomas Holen Andersen, Oddrun Valestrand, Hannah Karine Giske, Jennie Sofie Lie Pickl, Tycho Castberg, Tomas Sem Løkke-Sørensen, Torunn Westerfjell, Christer Gilje
written by Tomas Sem Løkke-Sørensen

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Originally, Camilla (Kirsti Lovas) and Tomas (Tomas Sem Løkke-Sørensen) were planning to do a documentary about psychics, to test their truthfulness, expose their techniques and the like - but it soon becomes apparent that Camilla had a hidden agenda: She wants to find out whatever happened to her sister Caroline she abandoned in the woods when she was 12 and who was then never seen again. Camilla and Tomas soon find a psychic, Astrid (Oddrun Valestrand), who seems to be the real deal, and who leads them to a cabin in the woods - that turns out to be haunted. After escaping the cabin, Astrid warns Camilla and Tomas to go on investigating, and while Tomas is willing to give up the project, Camilla goes on alone, eventually finds Hannah (Hannah Karine Giske), owner of the cabin, who gives her some clues ... and suddenly she's knocked out and taken captive by Frank (Frank Thomas Holen Andersen), who has followed her on social media for month, and apparently he has something to hide that has to do with Caroline - something he intends to keep hidden even if he has to kill for it ...


A nice piece of found footage horror that for a change makes an effort to give the motives for the film's mockumentary approach, and that at the same time tries to sneak in some good shots every now and again rather than throwing the aesthetics out of the window in favour of shaky cameramovement to fake immediacy. Also the film's really nicely structured and very scary in parts, and doesn't fail to surprise the audience and keep them at the edges of their seats. And Kirsty Lovas really makes a strong lead, all of which makes this a rather cool movie.


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