It is a chain of historical events that coincide with the disaster of the K-141 Kursk submarine and government neglect that has been evident afterwards. Events begin where sailors struggle to survive through a real tragedy. It is a real tragedy as their families have resisted the dilemma of political obstacles and impossible opportunities to save them because of government neglect.
Vinterberg returns to the aspect ratio of 4: 3 to tell us that his speech is over, that we have returned to the oppressive state to answer the questions. Smart move, bright but disturbing. [Full Review in Spanish]
On the mainland, the struggle of women, parents and children is also tense and intense. [Director Thomas] Vinterberg goes from one to the other, trying to give them the same weight. [Full review in Spanish]