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Let The Right One In

Let The Right One In
Let The Right One In




110 minutes


Horror, Romance


Swedish (English subtitles)

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As beautiful and strange as its snow-covered landscapes, this brilliant Swedish horror shatters the romantic gloss of other vampire movies and paints a haunting yet oddly touching picture of loneliness, dependence and desperation. A solitary, bullied child called Oskar forges a friendship with Eli, his new neighbour, who appears to be the same age - on the outside. Has Oskar found the strong, ruthless protector he has been praying for, or will Eli's hunger for humanity make him a victim yet again?

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Contains strong violence and bad language.

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