|Directed by||Markus Blunder|
|Produced by||Markus Blunder|
|Written by||Markus Blunder|
Stephen T. Barton
|Story by||Gunther Aloys|
|Music by||Robert Miller|
|Edited by||Joe Landauer|
|Distributed by||Thim Film|
High in the Mountains on a secluded farm a widowed mother dies leaving her two children alone and orphaned. Fearing being taken away and split up they keep their mother's death a secret and survive off the land with no one to rely on but each other. The sixteen-year-old sister is one with nature, innocent, and unaware of the evils that exist in mankind. Her ten-year-old brother is traumatized and mute from witnessing a disturbing incident years earlier (the death of his father) involving the town's Mayor. As the girl transitions into womanhood a harsh brutality destroys her innocence when savage hunters led by the Mayor's son attack and rape her. A social worker from a distant city arrives to investigate but ultimately it is the siblings who must come of age to protect each other and survive.
- Sophie Lowe as The Girl
- Maximilian Harnisch as The Boy
- Peter Stormare as The Mayor
- Samuel Vauramo as The Hunter
- Gustaf Skarsgård as The Butcher
- Tim Morten Uhlenbrock as The Friend
- Annica McCrudden as The Social Worker
- George Lenz as The Clerk
- Nelly Gschwandtner as The Hunter's Wife
- Julia Dietze as The Butcher's Wife
- Hansa Czypionka as The Priest
- Jonas Laux as The Father
- Jacqueline Le Saunier as The Mother
- Hannah Payr as Young Girl
- Elias Doblander as Young Boy
- Margarete Tiesel as Village Woman
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