[REL] Sameblod (2016)

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[REL] Sameblod (2016)

Postby ghost » Sun Sep 17, 2017 9:34 am  65 likes

From ARTHORIUS' big "request-post" in the general forum:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5287168/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

Plot
Present day, 78 year old Ella-Marja (who calls herself Christina, these days) returns to Lapland, and her childhood society, with her son, Olla, and granddaughter Sanna, to attend her younger sister's funeral. Ella-Marja doesn't want to be there. She doesn't like the Sami people, she calls them thieves and liars, and even though her first language is Southern Sami, she refuses to speak it and pretends to not understand it. She even refuses to spend the night at her late sister's family home and rather check into a hotel. (This part of Sami Blood is directly taken from Stoerre Vaerie.)
In the 1930's, 14 year old Ella-Marja is sent to the nomad school with her younger sister Njenna 10 years old. It's a sort of boarding school for Sami children where a blond teacher from Småland teaches them Swedish, and to know their place. Speaking Sami, even just among themselves outside of the classroom, results in beatings.
After having been attacked by a group of boys (who she confronted when they had called her names and slurs) and being marked in the ear like the Sami people do with reindeer with her father's old knife, she takes off her gákti and borrows one of her teacher's dresses. A group of young, Swedish soldiers pass her on their way to a dance sees her and asks her to come along—it's the first time anyone who isn't Sami has treated her like a human being. This feeling is only intensified by the fact that days (weeks?) prior to this, a couple of scientists from the State Institute for Racial Biology in Uppsala came to the school to measure and photograph them naked.
Ella-Marja sneaks off to the dance, and for a couple of hours she gets to experience how it feels to have the respect and be treated with decency from others without question. That's when she decides that she will leave Lapland, go to Uppsala, and study at the university.


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The bitrate for a 1080p is pretty low, but this one was the only version I could find without hardcoded swedish subtitles.
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Re: [REL] Sameblod (2016)

Postby Phuzzy4242 » Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:57 pm  0 likes

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Re: [REL] Sameblod (2016)

Postby ARTHORIUS » Mon Sep 18, 2017 6:01 am  0 likes

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Re: [REL] Sameblod (2016)

Postby ferdi111 » Mon Feb 03, 2020 10:13 am  0 likes

After reading a comment at Opensubtitles I am confused
Did they simply forgot to translate one line of text or is it worse?
And what hardsubbed release he/he is talking about?

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