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Janina, a crusader for animal rights, lives in a mountain village on the Polish-Czech border. One day her beloved dogs disappear. Shortly afterwards she discovers her neighbour’s corpse and, next to it, deer tracks. More men die in a similarly mysterious way. All of them were passionate hunters.

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The multifaceted veteran Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland, whose work ranges from first-rate European arthouse cinema to episodes of The Wire, won the Silver Bear in Berlin for Spoor. With echoes of Fargo, this is an unflinching ecological thriller suffused with anarchy and feminism.