Troubled Water De Usynlige (Norway (Denmark), 2008)
How do you find light, joy and purpose in life after a blow of fate?
Jan Thomas is released from prison after having served eight years - for what may have been an accident or murder ... Being a divinely gifted organist, he gets a position in a church. The priest is Anna, a single mother that Jan Thomas soon feels attracted to. He decides not to tell her about his past, but then Agnes, a teacher, comes on a school visit to the church. She recognizes the organist Jan Thomas as the young boy who was convicted of the murder of her son ...
Troubled Water skilfully combines two strong stories about people who try to come to terms with the past - and with their own fate. They try to accept who they have become, and to find a new way to relate to love. Troubled Water is the third film in Erik Poppe’s trilogy which started with Schpaaa and Hawaii, Oslo.
Please join us for an informal discussion after the film led by Pastor Kristin Sundt, Pastor at Mindekirken, The Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church in Minneapolis and Pastor Anne Løyning, Sjømannskirken's Pastor to Norwegian students in the US, Canada and Mexico. More details to come!
Note that although this film is primarily in Norwegian, one of the central actresses speaks her native Danish.
Director: Erik Poppe
Run time: 115 min
Trailer with English subtitles (opens in a new tab/window)