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Hatching  2021
Pahanhautoja
Director:  Hanna Bergholm
Producer:
  Mika Ritalahri, Nico Ritalahri and Nima Yousefi
Art Director:
  Juris Zhukovskis
Editor:
  Linda Jildmann
Music:
  Stein Berge Svendsen
Screenplay:
  Ilja Rautsi
Director of Photography:
  Jarkko T. Laine
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Cast:
spacer1 Jani Volanen
spacer1 Saija Lentonen
spacer1 Sophia Heikkila
spacer1 Reino Nordin
spacer1 Siiri Solalinna
spacer1 Oiva Olilia
spacer1 Ida Määrtänen
spacer1 Stella Leppikorpi
spacer1 Hertta Karen
spacer1 Jonna Aaltonen
spacer1 Stella Leppikorpi
spacer1 Aada Punakivi
spacer1 Jani Volanen spacer1 Saija Lentonen spacer1 Sophia Heikkila
spacer1 Reino Nordin spacer1 Siiri Solalinna spacer1 Oiva Olilia
spacer1 Ida Määrtänen spacer1 Stella Leppikorpi spacer1 Hertta Karen
spacer1 Jonna Aaltonen spacer1 Stella Leppikorpi spacer1 Aada Punakivi
spacer1 Jani Volanen spacer1 Saija Lentonen
spacer1 Sophia Heikkila spacer1 Reino Nordin
spacer1 Siiri Solalinna spacer1 Oiva Olilia
spacer1 Ida Määrtänen spacer1 Stella Leppikorpi
spacer1 Hertta Karen spacer1 Jonna Aaltonen
spacer1 Stella Leppikorpi spacer1 Aada Punakivi

Synopsis:
Tinja’s mother showcases their family’s existence on her popular blog “Lovely Everyday Life” as a brightly hued domestic idyll set amid manicured suburban perfection. Beneath the impeccable veneer, though, friendless tween gymnast Tinja is struggling, spending most of her time striving to please her image-obsessed mom and appease her shrilly obnoxious little brother. After finding a wounded bird in the woods, she brings its strange egg home, nestles it in her bed, and nurtures it until it hatches. The creature that emerges, christened Alli, becomes Tinja’s closest friend, surrogate child, and living nightmare in this tremendously twisted coming-of-age body horror film.

Director Hanna Bergholm’s pointedly satirical feature debut constantly surprises, upending expectations by continually morphing alongside the newly hatched Alli. Delivering audacious displays of vomitous havoc, Hatching is also a fascinating portrait of the nature of maternal instinct, as Tinja battles to come to terms with the genuine emotional bond with her grotesque and bloodthirsty newfound family while contending with the fraying connection to her own demanding mother.

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