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When the pandemic hit Norway, the government advised against going on mountain hikes, in order to minimize the risk of precious resources being spent on rescue operations. Relative Risk is a film that explores the concepts of health, responsibility and risk in encounters with people in nature who each play their role in the issue: a doctor on a skiing trip, a psychologist on a hike, a group of young people riding longboards, and a youth worker climbing a mountain wall. Official Selection Tromsø International Film Festival 2020.