Louder than bombs
Jonah returns home three years after his mother, a famous war photographer, died in a car accident. For the first time since the funeral, he is forced to spend time with his father and younger brother as they go through the mother's photographs before an upcoming exhibition. Going through the work, new circumstances about the accident arise and reveal another picture of the woman they thought they knew so well. Old memories and conflicts are brought to life, but now in a different light. The film was named best film at the Stockholm Film Festival 2015. Emma Gray Munthe writes in Aftonbladet that: "Joachim Trier continues to be one of the most interesting directors right now." The film was nominated for Palme d'Or in Cannes 2015.