Olso-familien Monsen arver onkel Pavels hus på Sørlandet. Pappa Monsen mener også å ha vunnet 5.000 kr i pengelotteriet, men det viser seg senere å være galt. På en gammel grammafon hører ... See full summary »
Based on a Norwegian folk tale, with the addition of a second tale and a scene from a third. - The basic story: Mr. Fox is dead. His widow, Reve-enka (literally "the fox widow"), sits alone... See full summary »
Harald Heide Steen,
26 years after their characterers first made their smash-hit debut on television, legendary Norwegian comedy trio/writers "KLM" (Trond Kirkvaag, Knut Lystad and Lars Mjøen) return as their ... See full summary »
100 miles north, a bit east and up, is Flåklypa... home of bicycle repairman Reodor Felgen and his two assistants - Solan Gundersen, morning bird and natural born optimist, and Ludvig who is a true pessimist. Sponsored by oil sheik Ben Redic Fy Fazan, they build the car "Il Tempo Gigante" and the race of the decade is a fact. Written by
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Flåklypa Grand Prix is a wonderful piece of art. This movie is, to put it in simple words, perfect. I saw the first time as a kid, and I can still watch it over and over again without any loss in pleasure. It is a children's movie, in a way, but I'm over 30 and I still love it. The scenery is absolutely beautiful, with the mountains of Flåklypa and everything. The puppets are amazingly alive in spite of the relatively small number of moving parts. The technological marvels of Reodor Felgen, including but by far not limited to the monstrous car Il Tempo Gigante, evidence a very skilled craftmanship and an eye for details. The car competition towards the end really feels in your own stomach, too. The story line is quite simple and not really original, but that's the way it should be in a children's movie (even for kids above 30).
Flåklypa Grand Prix is my absolute favorite of all movies ever made in the whole world!
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