Granny’s Dancing on the Table is written and directed by the Swedish filmmaker Hanna Sköld who premieres with her first feature film. The film is a low-budget and mainly funded by crowd-funding.
The film is about a young girl, Eini who grows up isolated from the rest of the world in a big and dark forest in Småland, together with her shy, manipulative and abusive father. As a mental get-away, Eini daydreams about her grandmother, the only one who has escaped the dark forest and uses her grandmother’s story . . .
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