Marius Sørvik Poster


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Overview (1)

Birth NameMarius Patrik Pinnås Sørvik

Mini Bio (1)

Marius Pinnås Sørvik was born in Fredrikstad, Norway, and is of both Danish and Norwegian origin. After giving up hockey at the age of sixteen, he began to study screenwriting and became a writer, director and producer - and is now running his own production company based in Oslo. He has also written books, stage plays and articles for Norwegian and Danish papers.

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Trade Mark (9)

Wide frames
Love stories
Always some sort of hockey referance
Father-son relationship
Teenagers with a lot of money
Frequently casts: Erik Skøld, Aurora Nossen, Kim Jøran Olsen, Johan Tinus Lindgren and Thomas Stene-Johansen
Realistic, comical dialogue
All the main characters are based on himself
Stories about teenagers becoming adults

Trivia (10)

Has used Kim Jøran Olsen in every picture.
Close friends with Kjetil Indregard.
Often writes about father-son relationships.
Close friends with Sebastian Warholm and Axel Bøyum.
There's always a small crime plot in the third act, often a murder or a hostage situation, to pause the main storyline.
Claims he couldn't picture anyone else except William Jøhnk Nielsen as the main character in Bare tjue, so the production was postponed to fit Nielsen's schedule.
Bare tjue is his first script in another language (danish).
His grandfather was a famous Norwegian soccer player.
Scandinavias youngest director and screenwriter of all time.
Biggest influence is Woody Allen.

Personal Quotes (5)

When I'm writing a script, 98% of the characters are real-life-characters. They're friends, family or business associates, and I don't tell them and they never realize.
The closer you get to the actors personal lives as their friend, the more you trust each other on set. I tell my lead actors all kinds of private stuff, even if they want to hear it or not.
It's weird, but I always picture specific actors as I'm writing a script, and I always end up with having them in the actual movie.
I think the most important thing on a film set is to keep a good energy. Everyone should have a good time and every one in the crew should laugh together and be friends. The second that falls apart, the actors get uncertain and the performance goes to hell.
There are people in the film industry that really pisses me off. I mean, a lot, and I have to fake liking them.

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