Mikael Kristersson’s film Kestrel’s Eye has since it was first showed in 1998 become a classic documentary. For a full year we follow the lives of a falcon couple, they hunt, lay eggs, hatch eggs, and fly. Along with the birds, we see human life through baptism, confirmations and weddings, but also funerals. In Nöjsguiden, the film gets the second highest rating with the following motivation: “Kristersson’s films have a hypnotic impact on the viewer. We are evoked. We are moved”.