De uskyldige (2021)
Fine casting and accomplished cinematography elevate this fairly original tale about four young suburban children and their bout with psychic powers. Filmmaker Eskil Vogt's narrative style is that of a drama writer, even when he toys with horror tropes, and this gives the picture a certain nerve which keeps you invested. Through the interpersonal and eventually psychic connections between the kids, De uskyldige explores the concepts of tabula rasa, innate morality, and the interface between the two. It's constantly fascinating, albeit never completely engrossing. Vogt gets honest, mostly credible performances out of his four child actors.