The year 1595 - a long and brutal war between Russia and Sweden is finally over. Brothers Knut and Erik - who are part of the commission marking the border between Finland and Russia - commit a terrible sin as they leave a young girl to die a horrible death. As the commission crosses the uncharted swamp the girl returns to haunt them, her face pouring with endless filth. Weary men find solace from the nameless village. Seeking forgiveness the brothers step in...
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Sauna (or Evil Sins) is a very well done historic dramathriller mixed with supernatural horror elements and is in my opinion, one of the best films my country has to offer. It has great actors, interesting story and the mood is excellent which is important and usually missing from most modern horrors. The mood and story are what drives the film forward, not jump scares and gore. The story doesn't hold your hand and not everything is plainly explained. If you like older, creepy, mood-driven horror and like dark, nordic films/shows and stories, watch this.
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