Polisse (2011)

– All daddies love their little girls too much.

Talkative and nervy, skilfully depicting a child protection unit within the police. Unit members try to stay human and do good despite obstacles and grey areas – bureaucracy, injustice, cynicism, self-doubts, conflicts, pressure, et cetera. A rhythmic pattern of tension and relief breathes through the story of trust and lies. Circumstances are complex, indecisive, chaotic, intense, often terrible – victims are frail, exposed, innocent. Is it even possible to move on?

Engaging, sad, cruel drama – an emotional rollercoaster that grows on you. In my book of sexuality, law enforcement, and limited resources. The engaged but seemingly sloppy and integrity-lacking police procedure is surprising, though…

– It’s a disease some adults have.

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