Norwegian director and screenwriter Eskil Vogt's 2021 film “The Innocents” will be screened at Atatürk Cultural Center Yeşilçam Cinema.
Norwegian director and screenwriter Eskil Vogt, who won the Golden Tulip for Blind in 2014 and made a name for himself with films such as Oslo, The Worst Person In The World, Reprise (Again), for which he wrote the screenplay with Joachim Trier. His 2021 film “The Innocents”, which premiered in the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival, meets the audience at the AKM Yeşilçam Cinema.
With a special interest in characters who can't fit in crowds, Vogt in The Innocents chronicles the youthful state of being forced to develop a personal sense of ethics while facing the outside world.
Innocent, which invites adults to the terrifying secret worlds of children, takes place in the bright summer of the North. The film tells the story of four children playing games when adults are not looking or seeing, and their dark, supernatural powers emerge and cause mysterious and frightening events. Inspired by fairy tales, which are at the center of the artistic heritage of Scandinavian culture, the director comes up with an allegorical narrative that is as important as its moral dimension as its fantastic dimension.
Rakel Lenora Fløttum, Alva Brynsmo Ramstad, Sam Ashraf are in the cast of the Norwegian-Swedish co-production.