The ore must be mined for the community to survive – and the community must be torn down for the ore to be mined. Everyone in Malmberget is waiting for the hammer to drop and the community to crumble. We meet people who live around the edges of the mine and observe huge contrasts between the “little guy” and the giant grinding machinery. Is it possible to rebel against the hand that feeds you? What’s it like to live in a community that’s about to go up in a puff of smoke? With a tragicomical undertone, the film portrays the uncertainty and fear coupled with the ever-present warmth and humour of these troubled people. 

Title: The Home And The Cavity 
Original title: Malmberget 
Directed by Alexander Rynéus & Per Eriksson 
Produced by Malla Grapengiesser 
Genre:Documentary Length 59 min 30 s Cinematography: Alexander Rynéus & Per Eriksson
Editing: Malin Lindström Music: Karl-Erik Berglund 
Additional music: Sebastian Forslund Soundesign & Mix: Christian Christensen
In co-production with Sveriges Television and Filmpool Nord With The Support of Svenska Filminstitutet
In Collaboration with Film i Dalarna, Film Stockholm/Filmbasen and Filmregion Stockholm-Mälardalen
Release: Premiere at GIFF International Film Festival 2013 the 26th of January

# Official Selection Tempo Documentary Award 2013
# Official Selection GIFF international Film Festival 2013
# Won the Tempo Pitch at the Tempo Documentary Festival 2011.

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