Reportage November (2020) Movie Review

Reportage November – Movie Review

Reportage November

Director: Carl Sundström

Writer: Nathaniel P Erlandsson, Carl Sundström (Screenplay)


  • Jonas Lundström
  • Signe Elvin-Nowak
  • Isabel Camacho
  • Cristian Åsvik
  • Erik Sundström

Plot: A mysterious death of a mother and the disappearance of her child leads a group of freelance journalists to the outback of Sweden. The group of four, led by the famous journalist Linn Söderqvist, will make a reportage about the happening, and try to find something the police missed. Equipped with cameras and supplies to survive in the forest for days, they wander out in the woods to find the truth.

Runtime: 1 Hour 26 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Reportage November starts as the case involving the dead woman is investigated. Does the question remain what happened to her child? Linn (Elvin-Nowak) leads a team into the Swedish outback for answers.

As the group head into the woods, they start discovering strange objects. It doesn’t take long before they find themselves being followed by something unexplainable and now they find their own lives in danger.

Verdict on Reportage November

Reportage November is a found footage horror movie that follows a group of journalists. They go into the Swedish outback in search for answers after a disappearance. It is shot in a mockumentary style, with them looking back on what they discovered.

This is a typical found footage film that follows everything you need to see. It takes us down the path of the unknown with the horror getting worse as the movie unfolds. The easiest way to describe this would be like ‘The Blair Witch Project.’ It uses the location to create the horror needed.

Final ThoughtsReportage November is a solid found footage film that does the basics correct.

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