ONLY THE DEVIL LIVES WITHOUT HOPE ON TV
SVT, Sweden and Yle, Finland are broadcasting the film this week.
After premiering across Europe, North America and Asia at prominent festivals like cph:dox in Denmark, Hot Docs in Canada and EIDF in Korea, Only the Devil Lives Without Hope by Magnus Gertten is now premiering on Nordic TV-stations.
Thursday, February 11 at 20:00 the film will screen at SVT2 in Sweden and is broadcasting again on February 13 and 14 on the same channel. The film is shown with the Swedish title Endast djävulen lever utan hopp.
On Sunday, February 14 the Finnish broadcaster Yle will screen Only the Devil Lives Without Hope at 22:00 at the Yle Fem channel.
Both SVT and Yle is currently having the film available at their on demand services.
Here it is available for at Swedish audience at SVT Play
Here it is available for a Finnish audience at Yle Areena
Please note that both broadcasters are showing the one-hour version of the film. If you want to see the feature length version with UK subtitles, it is available via our Auto Images VOD page.
Only the Devil Lives Without Hope is a real-life thriller about love, betrayal, spies, assassins and the unbreakable hope for a brother, locked in a desert prison called "The Place of No Return". Dilya became a human rights activist the day her brother Iskandar was thrown in prison, accused of being a terrorist. For years she challenged the dictatorship, and the consequences were brutal. She had to escape the country but realised that the regime who took her brother was closer than she could ever imagine.