‘A White, White Day’ seems to be a film focusing on two narratives. The first is the narrative of the grandfather and his granddaughter. The second being the narrative of the grandfather dealing with the loss of his wife. These two narratives intersect and work super well alongside one another.
I’ve got to say, this film is absolutely stunning. The cinematography is some of the best I’ve ever seen and does an excellent job at showcasing the beautiful landscape of Denmark and its country side.
The film is a slow burner and doesn’t really ever have any climatic moments. Instead, it is very meditative and paces itself steadily to allow each of the film’s characters to be observed and developed.
As a whole, this was a great watch and a brilliant film to return back to the cinema with. Score: 4.0/5