You can see everything.
Whether that’s a good thing depends on your gag reflex, I guess, but this tale of Ugly Americans gettin’ nasty comeuppance under the harsh, unforgiving Swedish sun is a doozy.
Most horror flicks bury their bloodletting under the cover of darkness, which makes this well-lit film such a nice change of pace.
Not that “nice” applies to anything here.
An imploding relationship between a deeply-hurting woman and her ass-hat boyfriend sets the table for anger, pain, and emotional ruin long before bodies start hittin’ the floor during a pagan festival.
This one will deeply scar you.