Set during the outbreak of World War II, this intimate 2005 Finnish drama is simply constructed but resonates profoundly. A Helsinki boy (Topi Majaniemi in a memorable debut) loses his father during a Russian onslaught, and his mother sends him away with the thousands seeking haven in Sweden. He’s taken in by a foster couple on the rugged seacoast, but the husband (Michael Nyqvist of Lukas Moodysson’s Together) is more sympathetic to him than the wife (Maria Lundqvist), whose barely concealed grief prompts her to wage undeclared war against the boy’s natural mother. Klaus Haro directed. In Finnish and Swedish with subtitles. 104 min.