A couple of young Danish artists and their son Nemo move from Copenhagen to an isolated forest house in Sweden in the hope of rekindling their relationship. Their son’s disappearance brings them face to face with their doppelgangers. The fight for survival is on.
Karoline Lyngbye graduated from The National Film School of Denmark in 2013. Her graduation film "Pointy Elbows, Bleeding Knees" was nominated for a Danish Robert Award and a short film prize at Ekko Shortlist Awards in 2015. "Superposition" is her feature-length directorial debut, premiered at International Film Festival Rotterdam 2023. Her filmography also includes several short films.