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Evil (Ondskan)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:March 10, 2006
Running time:114 minutes
Cast:Andreas Wilson, Linda Zilliacus, Henrik Lundstrom, Gustaf Skarsgard, Jesper Salén
Director:Mikael Hafstrom
Producer:Hans Lonnerheden
Writer:Hans Gunnarsson, Mikael Hafstrom, Jan Guillou
Distributor:Magnolia Pictures

Description: Erik is a 16-year-old boy whose life has been plagued by violence. Tormented by his abusive stepfather, he has hit back in the only way he knows -- by giving a good thrashing to anyone in his way. When he is expelled from public school, Erik is told he has one last chance to make something of himself and is sent to a prestigious private school. This time, he is determined not to mess up. Initially, Erik is overjoyed to escape his unhappy home, but he soon discovers he has merely substituted one prison for another. The school is run by a rigorous and unjust code, enforced by senior students rather than the faculty. In fact, the teachers prefer to ignore what goes on among the students, including beatings and a wide variety of humiliating rites. Soon, Erik is faced with a dangerous choice: confront his oppressors and risk expulsion, ignore them and suffer humiliation, or let his friends suffer for him.

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