Director: VIBEKE BRYLD
Thyland is a film about the invisible life in Northwestern Denmark – a place where nature is rougher and faith is stronger than in the rest of the country. In this timeless region, invisible inhabitants live among mortals.
The film unravels the metaphysical life in the area through myth, faith and superstition as they arise in nature and in the people – a people marked by their attachment to the sea and the land. The story is bound to the region's shores, swamps, and old ritual sites, but it is also a universal story of longing for meaning, belonging and eternity. The film evokes the invisible life of man, myth and nature and lets it unfold in all of its magical potential.