The new Finnish film Law of the Land, directed by Jussi Hiltunen, has been picked up by Danish sales agency LevelK.

The film screened at the Göteborg Film Festival’s Nordic Film Market and will be screening at Berlin’s European Film Market.

Set in Finland’s Lapland, the film is described as a Western set in the Arctic Lapland on the Finnish-Swedish border. The story follows Lasse, a retiring policeman who gets caught in between two men trying to kill each other.The cast features Ville Virtanen, Antti Holma and Mikko Neuvonen.

The film was released in January in Finland.

LevelK also has two films being pitched as part of Goteborg’s Work In Progress sessions, Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken’s The Outlaws from Norway and Christian Tafdrup’s A Horrible Woman from Denmark.

Emma Vestrheim is the editor-in-chief of Cinema Scandinavia. Originally from Australia, she is now based in Bergen, Norway, and attends major Nordic film festivals to conduct interviews and review new films.