Film: “Troubled Water”

Today I watched this powerful film at 3:30 pm in room 250 of the Spencer W. Kimball Tower on BYU’s campus.  Here is the BYU International Cinema description:

troubled water
Norwegian 2008
Erik Poppe
115 minutes
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Crime, punishment, innocence, guilt, life and forgiveness are all elements of this story of a man who maintains that he served his prison term for a murder he did not commit. Haunted by the crime in spite of his perceived innocence, he moves on with his life until the past circles around to trap him again. A tense, emotional human drama.

Here is an excellent review, but be forewarned that it recounts almost the entire plot of the film:  http://escapefromhollywood.com/troubled-water-deusynlige-review/.

The film is available at the Orem Public Library:  http://catalog.oremlibrary.org/ipac20/ipac.jsp?session=1U9998NI55792.135834&profile=opl&uri=link=3100006~!1054784~!3100001~!3100002&aspect=basic_search&menu=search&ri=1&source=~!horizon&term=Troubled+water&index=ALLTITL.

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