Red Dot

Director: Alain Darborg
Year Released: 2021
Rating: 1.0

A couple, Nadja (Nanna Blondell) and David (Anastasios Soulis), are going through a rough patch in their one-and-a-half year marriage - plus, she's pregnant - so to try to "bond" they go cross-country skiing only to find themselves being hunted by a sniper.  This tries to be "smart": it starts off as a Liberal Bait movie, making the audience think the two main characters are being tormented because Nadja isn't "white" ... before doin' the ol' switcheroo and revealing the color of her skin is not a factor in what's going on.  The whole 'withholding information' aspect is kinda cheap, but at least it has the nerve to leave with a Feel Bad Ending where no one "wins" and those still alive will spend the rest of their time on Earth in emotional agony.  In other words: it's a perfect date movie!