The hunt for happiness is miserable indeed, not least when it involves the seduction of your married neighbour.
Such is the predicament Kaja (Agnes Kittelsen) faces in Anne Sewitsky's dramedy debut when, weary of her chilly marriage, she cosies up to hunky Sigve (Henrik Rafaelsen).
The ensuing drama is typically Scandinavian in the best way possible – the setting’s beautiful, the tensions slow-burning. Meanwhile, musical interludes courtesy of a barbershop quartet lend a playful undertone.
Sweet but never saccharine, Happy Happy is as delicate as Kaja and just as endearing.