Dryads - Girls don't cry (2015)

Director


Main cast
Iben M. Akerlie; Morten Abel; Jannike Kruse; Thea Sofie Loch Næss

Genres
Music, Drama

Description
When the mysterious band The Dryads moves into the crumbling old house next door, Hilde (15) suddenly finds excitement in her dull suburban life. She falls under the spell of the band's charismatic singer only to learn that being cool has a price.


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