A Kurdish-Finnish woman finds her life and family crumbling apart, as her father makes an unexpected, devastating visit, which forces her to confront her complicated past with the father and her adopted 12- year-old daughter.
Rakel is a strict Christian believer living in the far north of Sweden in the 1930s. When her husband forms a sectarian movement, with directions straight from God, she has no choice but to join the increasingly explicit cult.
Affected by the powerful images in the pamphlet “Om kriget kommer” (“If the war comes”), farmhand Karl-Göran Persson begins fortifying his house. Through years of harvesting scrap-metal, he transforms the house into a fortress, meant to protect him and his neighbors when the enemy attacks. Despite the lack of understanding and sympathy from his neighbors and people from the surrounding villages, he continues building, without pause until his death. The difference between his own sense of impending doom and the perceptions of the people around him gradually blur as the film progresses.
In order to save the reindeer slaughterhouse of the parents of their guitar player, Impaled Rektum, the weirdest heavy metal band in the world, escapes a Norwegian prison and heads towards Germany and Wacken, the world-famous heavy metal festival.
Árru is a Sami joik musical about Maia, a reindeer herder who joins the fight against the destruction of the reindeer grazing area. As the fight escalates, Maia is confronted with the reality that their leader is an abuser. She faces a difficult choice: stay quiet and save her family heritage, or speak up and stop the abuse in the community?