The Quiet Roar
Filmfest 2014

Marianne is a 68-year-old woman diagnosed with a terminal disease. Left with angst, she seeks therapy at a clinic where she is treated with psilocybin (psychodelic mushrooms) and meditation by a counselor, Eva. Through this she is transferred to her subconscious, where she meets and confronts her 25-year-old self and her former husband.
Idyll Film

"There is a well-known notion that memory is the essence of cinema. Indeed, what is photographed becomes the past immediately after it's photographed, and by the time it is projected, it's but a memory revitalized on screen. Henrik Hellström's THE QUIET ROAR (Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film at the Gothenburg Film Festival) is another movie that uses memory as its momentum and backbone, and yet the second-time director/screenwriter's vision is very distinctive."
Nisimazine.eu

tags: Relationship, Memories, Feature film, Spirituality, Grief/ Trauma

Cast: Evabritt Strandberg, Hanna Schygulla, Joni Francéen, Jörgen Svensson, Silas Francéen

Credits

Screenplay: Henrik Hellström, Fredrik Wenzel

Director of Photography: Fredrik Wenzel

Film Editor: Janus Billeskov Jansen, Henrik Hellström, Fredrik Wenzel

Production Designer: Josefin Åsberg

Costume Design: Sara Forsberg

Sound: Robert Hefter

Producer: Erika Wasserman

Production Company: Idyll

World Sales: Bac Films

Director: Henrik Hellström