Based on Norwegian writer-director Maria Sodahl's own experience of being diagnosed with cancer, Hope is a poignant and intimately observed drama about the resilience of love.
Longtime partners and parents to a large blended family, Anja and Tomas have grown independent of each other, with creative jobs in parallel worlds. Their modern life breaks down when Anja gets a terminal cancer diagnosis and realises that she needs Tomas’ full support. After years of emotional isolation, they finally begin to find each other again.
In Norwegian and Swedish with English subtitles.
Running time: 2h25, including ads and trailers.
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