Synopsis: Ida and Albin are a happy couple. They set off to a cabin in the vast Swedish woodlands to have a fun holiday with their friends. But under the floorboards waits an evil from Sweden's dark past.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
95 min

The asshole didn't want to give me

the weekend off at first.

So how did you manage?

I'm not going back anymore.

Marie, tonight you and I are

gonna go all in!

We're gonna get so wasted!

I have a good wine with me, Linnea.

You're gonna love the taste.

It's sweet and dry at the same time.

Okay. I've got liquor.

Marie, you should do wine reviews.

Sweet and dry at the same time.

- Linnea, stop, there is Simon.

- What, is he coming?

Yes, I told him you were coming.

Thanks for the heads up,

I haven't had time to fix myself up.

- Hi sis.

- Hi Simon.

- What's up?

- I'm fine, thanks.

This looks like a promising weekend.


- Do I go with you?

- I don't think so.

But ask Albin if he can drive ahead,

we don't know where to go.

- Okay, I'll tell him. See you there.

- Bye, Simon.

- Hi, Simon.

- Hi.

- Long time no see.

- Yeah.

- Good to see you.

- You too.

- This is Markus.

- Hi.

- Hi, Markus.

- Hi, Simon.

Have you... traded up?

- No, this is Olof's car.

- What happened to the Mazda?

I still have it.

- Are you sure?

- Yeah.

The girls asked us to drive first.

They didn't seem to know the way.

- Okay.

- Where are we going?

- It's a house that my dad found for us.

- Cool.

It looked promising in the other car.

That sure as shit wasn't three miles.

- Where are we?

- You're so impatient.

- Where are we?

- We just need to go straight in here.

Isn't he hot, Ida's brother?

Shall we?

Abbe, I have a feeling this

is gonna be so much fun.

Yeah, I know.

It sure was a long time since we

got together like this.

- Yeah, as long as Dad keeps his promise.

- You haven't seen the house?

No, I haven't. But it's cool,

he said it was fine.

- How are things with Ida?

- It's good. In fact, better than ever.

I'll have to keep chasing girls myself.

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