The Oscar nominated director Agnieszka Holland has in recent years worked outside of Poland and has, among other things, directed TV shows such as The Wire and House of Cards. Now she returns to her home country with a film about the retired teacher Duszejko. Life in the Polish countryside isn’t very eventful, but when several hunters are found dead in the forest, speculation begins to arise. The strange circumstances seem to point to animals as perpetrators rather than humans, and Duszejko, who lives almost as one with nature, is always one step ahead of the police investigation. “It’s a thrilling and exquisite murder drama that breathes Fargo and Twin Peaks in a Polish interpretation”, writes Cecilia Alstermark at Kommunalarbetaren and rates the movie 4 out of 5.