The Finnish film Law of the Land has been sold around the world by Danish sales agency LevelK.
The film, directed by Jussi Hiltunen, has sold to China (Lemon Tree Media), Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg (Just Entertainment) and the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Moldova, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia, Albania and Bulgaria (HBO Central Europe).
Set in the Finnish Lapland, Law of the Land is a modern western that follows Lasse, a retiring policeman who gets caught up between his legitimate and illegitimate sons who are trying to kill each other. With the conflict rising in the area and an atmosphere of vengeance, Lasse is forced to confront his past mistakes as he tries to prevent further violence.
Law of the Land is produced by Finland’s Making Movies in co-production with Norway’s Sweet Films and FilmCamp. We wrote about Law of the Land in the new issue of Cinema Scandinavia, which you can view here.