In his latest film, Stellan Skarsgård is Trond, a 67-year-old widower who cannot get over the death of his beloved wife. The grieving man decides to go to the remote but picturesque Norwegian countryside, hoping to find peace and relief. However, flashbacks of his troubled childhood make Trond’s memory going back and forth from the summer of 1948, when he was only an innocent teenager to nowadays. The changes of the seasons in the film gives the analogy of mortality. Summer being the careless days of childhood and the approaching winter - the inevitable end of one’s life. Based on Per Petterson’s international bestseller “Out Stealing Horses”, the film won the Silver Bear award for Outstanding Artistic Contribution at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival.