Beata Gårdeler's Guldbagge-winner Flocken takes place in a small Swedish town, which on the surface seems to be a quiet and nice little town. When 15-year-old Jennifer accuses a classmate of rape, everything changes. Rumors spread quickly and more and more people in the village are convinced that she is lying. It's the beginning of a persecution where a whole society, including the priest, turn against Jennifer and her family.The community turns out to be a brutal group where evidence and court decisions do not mean anything and where adults set their own rules and laws. The only thing that matters is that you keep to the flock. In DN, Helena Lindblad believes that "Flocken is utterly horrible, but one of the most relevant Swedish films I've seen in a long time."