Lars and Johannes are brothers with very little in common. Johannes is a high-powered lawyer with a beautiful wife and two children; Lars is a truck driver and a drunken brute who beats his girlfriend. Having returned to his hometown in the country, Johannes hopes for a less hectic, more genuine lifestyle. But trouble is underfoot when Lars runs over a woman with his truck. He sees only one way out: put the blame on Alain, a Bosnian refugee with impaired mental functions. But when Lars, the God-fearing husband of the victim, and his friends close in on the Bosnian, Johannes stands up for the man and shelters him. Undeterred, the violent, drunken horde makes their way to Johannes´ secluded house, where the family and Alain fear for their lives. When words no longer suffice to contain the madness, a siege begins, in which unchained anarchy dictates a scenario of terror…
The film won the Best Film in the Noves Visions section of the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival, as well as a special award of the Jury at the Fantasporto International Film Festival, after having its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and being programmed in many film festival such as the Hamptons, Pusan, Tallin, Istanbul and right now at Philadelphia’s Danger After Dark.