Directed by Amanda Kernell
1930s Sweden. 14-year-old Sami girl Elle Marja and her sister are torn from their indigenous reindeer-herding family and placed in a government-run boarding school. There, Elle dreams of education, of a future, only to be faced with racial examinations that class her people as inferior. What follows is a girl’s attempt to escape one world of prejudice and another of old traditions, only to realize later the true cost of freedom.
An indigenous Sami girl searches for identity between the world of old traditions and the racial oppression of 1930s Swedish society.
Cast: Lene Cecilia Sparrok, Mia Erika Sparrok, Maj-Doris Rimpi
Superb! I felt like I was right there with them I was so engrossed! I didn’t want it to end!
I found Sami Blood to be as compelling as Roma. So fortunate to stumble upon this beautiful movie.
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